Many things happen when MySQL is part of the core technology used to
scale a rapidly growing social networking service. Mark will share
stories and details about the MySQL deployment at Facebook.
Tim returns to share insights into the world of emerging technology, presenting his take on what matters most-and what will be most disruptive-to the tech community.
Why start a new database company? What is RethinkDB all about? What will database technology look like twenty years from now? In this talk we will explore these questions, present some of the exciting technology we've been developing at RethinkDB, and show how it fits into our larger vision of what database systems may look like in the future
What's the forecast for Drizzle, a database optimized for Cloud and Net applications? Brian provides an overview of the Drizzle project's current state as well as what's ahead.
Monty, the co-founder of MySQL and now project lead of MariaDB, discusses what MariaDB is all about. He'll also present an overview of the future of this community developed branch of the MySQL database.
Join Edward Screven, Oracle’s Chief Corporate Architect and leader of the MySQL business, as he discusses the current and future state of MySQL, now part of the Oracle family of products. The presentation also covers Oracle’s investment in MySQL technology and community; and the role that open source in general is playing within heterogeneous customer environments around the world.
In a complement to Edward Screven's opening keynote, Kaj will interpret the state of the MySQL community and the happenings of the MySQL Conference in a language familiar to those whose business has grown up with MySQL. What has changed already, what will change soon, and what won't change with Oracle as the steward of MySQL?
In this brand new talk, Jono Bacon, Ubuntu Community Manger, author of
the critically acclaimed The Art Of Community by O'Reilly and founder of
the annual Community Leadership Summit, talks about the evolution of
community and how we can identify the engines of community, helping us
to unite a global collection of volunteers to solve interesting and
Sheeri Cabral knows the MySQL Community. Working for the Pythian
Group, she has tapped her co-workers' knowledge about the Oracle
Community. In this brief community keynote, Sheeri maps out the
differences between the communities and what we can expect next now
that MySQL is "under new management".