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BuzzConf is looking for technologists, innovators and entertainers!

MySQL is proud to announce that we are going to support and actively attend a very unique event BuzzConf in Australia. It’s hold on December 1-3, 2017 in Phoenix Park, AU. BuzzConf is a family-friendly technology festival with a really unique atmosphere – all participants and presenters spend the weekend together in country Victoria, learning and playing with tech during … Read More


MySQL Group Replication: understanding Flow Control

When using MySQL Group Replication, it’s possible that some members are lagging behind the group. Due to load, hardware limitation, etc… This lag can become problematic to keep good certification behavior regarding performance and keep the possible certification failure as low as possible. Bigger is the applying queue bigger is the risk to have conflicts with those not yet applied … Read More


A summer with the MySQL Community Team !

The MySQL Community team will be supporting the following events during the summer and we will be present at some of them ! Please come to visit us ! Northeast PHP August 9-11, 2017, Charlottetown, PEI Canada   We are happy to invite you to Northeast PHP where MySQL Community team is having a booth. Please find David Stokes, the MySQL … Read More


MySQL Document Store: creating generated columns like a boss ;)

Last Thursday, I was introducing MySQL Document Store in Ghent, BE at Percona University. I was explaining how great is this technology and how MySQL can replace your NoSQL database but still provides you all the benefits from a RDBMS. This is the full presentation: Introduction to MySQL Document Store from Frederic Descamps Then somebody came with a nice question. … Read More


Howto make MySQL point-in-time recovery faster ?

Before explaining how you can improve the speed for performing point-in-time recovery, let’s recall what is Point-In-Time Recovery and how it’s usually performed. Point-in-Time Recovery, PTR Point-In-Time recovery is a technique of restoring your data until a certain point (usually until an event that you would like that has never happened). For example, a user did a mistake and you … Read More


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