Friday Feb 1st it is MySQL Day !

We are less than 48h before the more and more popular pre-FOSDEM MySQL Day !

Unfortunately one of our speaker won’t be able to deliver his talk. Indeed, Giuseppe had ton cancel is talk on containers (Automating MySQL operations with containers) but he will be present during the day and during the Community Dinner, so if you have questions, I’m sure he will gladly answer them.

So we have replace this great speaker by another great one: Shlomi Noach !

Shlomi will present a very new session: Un-split brain (aka Move Back in Time) MySQL.

Here is the updated agenda:

Start End Event Speaker Company Topic

Friday 1st February

09:30 10:00 MySQL Community Team Welcome
10:00 10:30 MySQL Shell – A DevOps-engineer day with MySQL’s development and administration tool Miguel Araújo Oracle MySQL Shell
10:35 11:05 MySQL Shell : the best DBA tool ? – How to use the MySQL Shell as a framework for DBAs Frédéric Descamps Oracle MySQL Shell
11:05 11:25 Coffee Break
11:25 11:55 Tuning MySQL 8.0 InnoDB for High Load Dimitri Kravtchuk Oracle MySQL 8.0
12:00 12:30 MySQL 8.0: advance tuning with Resource Group Marco Tusa Percona MySQL 8.0
12:35 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 14:00 New index features in MySQL 8.0 Erik Frøseth Oracle MySQL 8.0
14:05 14:35 Optimizer Histograms: When they Help and When Do Not? Sveta Smirnova Percona MySQL 8.0
14:40 15:10 Regular expressions with full Unicode support – The ins and outs of the new regular expression functions and the ICU library Martin Hansson Oracle MySQL 8.0
15:15 15:40 Coffee Break
15:40 16:10 Mirroring MySQL traffic with ProxySQL: use cases René Cannaò ProxySQL ProxySQL
16:15 16:45 Un-split brain (aka Move Back in Time) MySQL Shlomi Noach Github Binlogs
16:50 17:20 8 Group Replication Features That Will Make You Smile Tiago Vale Oracle Replication
17:25 17:55 Document Store & PHP David Stokes Oracle Document Store

This event is SOLD OUT therefor, unregistered person won’t be allowed to attend. Don’t forget your ticket.

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