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Wanna be a Certified MySQL DBA? This Tutorial summarizes every chapter covered in the first part of the official MySQL DBA Exam. Join the tutorial, take and pass the exam during the conference.
Wanna be a Certified MySQL DBA? This Tutorial summarizes every chapter covered in the second part of the official MySQL DBA Exam. Join the tutorial, take and pass the exam during the conference.
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.
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".
The binary log is a critical part of replication, but it can also be used for point-in-time recovery and auditing purposes. In this session, we present a thorough description of the binary log structure, the replication events, and how to use the mysqlbinlog tool to investigate and work with the contents of binary logs.
If you're using or planning to use an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) library
for PHP, this talk is for you. We'll survey common ORMs available and see how to use them,
including relevant design patterns.
Additionally, we'll examine potential pitfalls that can lead to poor performance and other side
effects if you use ORMs in their default manner or without understanding what they do.
MySQL is becoming more and more popular as a DB for business intelligence and data warehouse solutions. The implementation of these solutions are often based on an approach that is typical of commercial DBs and expensive HW. In this session we will present the best techniques to use MySQL in a OLAP environment, for modelling, loading, querying, caching and indexing multidimensional DBs.
InnoDB Hot Backup is the ideal solution for online backups of InnoDB
tables in MySQL databases, as well as for backups of MyISAM tables. At
this session, you will learn how InnoDB Hot Backup works, and how to
develop a backup strategy using the Hot Backup utility.
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
Join us as we present the best of Wednesday night's Ignite MySQL presentations.
There are many exciting performance features in the InnoDB Plugin. But how to best use them? What are the caveats? At this session, we will describe those performance features in depth. We will also present benchmark results that explore the performance of those features.
This session is an overview of XtraBackup, a free, open-source hot backup solution for InnoDB and XtraDB engines.
Query reviews are a great way to find potentially slow queries before they become a problem. A query review is like a code review, except instead of reviewing code, queries are reviewed. This presentation will show you how to use the Maatkit tool mk-query-digest to create a digest of queries. This digest can be a one-off report, or it can be saved to a database table.
There are many examples and posts on how to use partitioning in MySQL, but little information on when to use it and how to apply it to typical business problems. This talk focusses on when to use partitioning, what type to use, and what are the best practices in using the different types of MySQL partitioning.
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