MySQL Conference & Expo 2011 Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks at MySQLConf 2011 (schedule subject to change).

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Ballroom A
Add Where does MySQL Fit In (at Craigslist)? to your personal schedule
10:50am Where does MySQL Fit In (at Craigslist)? Jeremy Zawodny (craigslist.org)
Add MySQL High Availability at Yahoo to your personal schedule
11:55am MySQL High Availability at Yahoo Jay Janssen (Percona, Inc.)
Add A New Approach For Dealing with Complex Database Schemas to your personal schedule
2:00pm A New Approach For Dealing with Complex Database Schemas Ori Herrnstadt (FoundationDB)
Add Performance Best Practices for MySQL to your personal schedule
3:05pm Performance Best Practices for MySQL Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
Add Open Source reporting tools to your personal schedule
5:15pm Open Source reporting tools David Stokes (Oracle)
Ballroom B
Add MySQL Replication Update to your personal schedule
10:50am MySQL Replication Update Lars Thalmann (Oracle), Alex Roedling (Oracle)
Add Diagnosing MySQL Replication Failures to your personal schedule
2:00pm Diagnosing MySQL Replication Failures Devananda Van Der Veen (Percona), Justin Swanhart (Percona)
Add Automated, Non-Stop MySQL Operations and Failover to your personal schedule
3:05pm Automated, Non-Stop MySQL Operations and Failover Yoshinori Matsunobu (DeNA)
Add Detecting Data Drift In a Live System to your personal schedule
4:25pm Detecting Data Drift In a Live System Mikey Dickerson (Federal Government | United States Digital Services Team)
Add MySQL and SSD: Usage Patterns to your personal schedule
5:15pm MySQL and SSD: Usage Patterns Vadim Tkachenko (Percona Inc)
Ballroom C
Add Leveraging Hadoop to Augment MySQL Deployments to your personal schedule
10:50am Leveraging Hadoop to Augment MySQL Deployments Sarah Sproehnle (Cloudera, Inc.)
Add Understanding Indexing to your personal schedule
11:55am Understanding Indexing Zardosht Kasheff (Tokutek)
Add Dealing with Schema Changes on Large Data Volumes to your personal schedule
2:00pm Dealing with Schema Changes on Large Data Volumes Danil Zburivsky (The Pythian Group)
Add Advanced Replication Monitoring to your personal schedule
3:05pm Advanced Replication Monitoring Gerardo Narvaja (SkySQL Inc.)
Add MySQL and Linux Tuning - Better Together to your personal schedule
4:25pm MySQL and Linux Tuning - Better Together Steve Francis (LogicMonitor)
Add Securich to your personal schedule
5:15pm Securich Darren Cassar (MySQLPreacher)
Ballroom D
Add Real-world Experiences Managing Large MySQL Fleet to your personal schedule
10:50am Real-world Experiences Managing Large MySQL Fleet John Smiley (Amazon.com)
Add Building Data Warehouses with PostgreSQL to your personal schedule
11:55am Building Data Warehouses with PostgreSQL Josh Berkus (PostgreSQL Experts, Inc.)
Add HailDB: A NoSQL API Direct to InnoDB to your personal schedule
2:00pm HailDB: A NoSQL API Direct to InnoDB Stewart Smith (Percona)
Add Percona Server: Secret Features to your personal schedule
3:05pm Percona Server: Secret Features Vadim Tkachenko (Percona Inc)
Add Securing MySQL with a Focus on SSL to your personal schedule
4:25pm Securing MySQL with a Focus on SSL Chris Conlon (yaSSL)
Add MQL-to-SQL: a JSON-based Puery Language for  RDBMS Access from AJAX Applications to your personal schedule
5:15pm MQL-to-SQL: a JSON-based Puery Language for RDBMS Access from AJAX Applications Roland Bouman (XCDSQL Solutions / Strukton Rail)
Ballroom E
Add Using MySQL 5.5 Performance Schema to your personal schedule
10:50am Using MySQL 5.5 Performance Schema Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
Add The Secret Sauce of Sharding to your personal schedule
11:55am The Secret Sauce of Sharding Ryan Thiessen (Facebook)
Add An Introduction to PostGIS - the PostgreSQL spatial extension to your personal schedule
2:00pm An Introduction to PostGIS - the PostgreSQL spatial extension Ragi Burhum (Burhum LLC - GIS Consulting)
Add Securing PostgreSQL From External Attack to your personal schedule
3:05pm Securing PostgreSQL From External Attack Bruce Momjian (EnterpriseDB)
Add Introduction to HBase to your personal schedule
4:25pm Introduction to HBase Tom Hanlon (Cloudera)
Add Introduction to PostgreSQL Configuration to your personal schedule
5:15pm Introduction to PostgreSQL Configuration Robert Haas (EnterpriseDB)
Ballroom G
10:50am TBC
Add Why Are The New Optimizer Features Important and How Can I Benefit From Them? to your personal schedule
11:55am Why Are The New Optimizer Features Important and How Can I Benefit From Them? Sergey Petrunya (Monty Program Ab), Igor Babaev (Monty Program)
Add A Tour of PostgreSQL for Developers  to your personal schedule
2:00pm A Tour of PostgreSQL for Developers Robin Schumacher (EnterpriseDB), Bruce Momjian (EnterpriseDB)
Add Dropping ACID: Eating Data In A Web 2.0 World to your personal schedule
3:05pm Dropping ACID: Eating Data In A Web 2.0 World Stewart Smith (Percona)
4:25pm TBC
5:15pm TBC
Ballroom H
10:50am TBC
11:55am TBC
4:25pm TBC
5:15pm TBC
Ballroom F
Add Large datasets in MySQL on Amazon EC2 to your personal schedule
10:50am Large datasets in MySQL on Amazon EC2 Anders Karlsson (Recorded Future)
Add A Beginner's Guide to Drizzle to your personal schedule
11:55am A Beginner's Guide to Drizzle Andrew Hutchings (Hewlett-Packard)
Add A Beginner's Guide to MariaDB to your personal schedule
2:00pm A Beginner's Guide to MariaDB Colin Charles (SkySQL Ab/MariaDB Foundation)
Add Installing Eucalpytus to your personal schedule
3:05pm Installing Eucalpytus Mark Atwood (HP)
Add Introduction to OpenStack to your personal schedule
4:25pm Introduction to OpenStack Eric Day (craigslist)
10:20am Morning Break
Room: Exhibit Hall A
3:50pm Afternoon Break
Room: Exhibit Hall A
Add Expo Hall Reception to your personal schedule
6:00pm Expo Hall Reception
Room: Exhibit Hall A
Expo Hall Reception
12:40pm Lunch
Room: Pool Area & Santa Clara Ballroom
Add State of the Dolphin to your personal schedule
9:00am Plenary
Room: Ballroom EFGH
State of the Dolphin Tomas Ulin (Oracle), Duleepa Wijayawardhana (Empire Avenue)
Add The State of the Elephant  to your personal schedule
9:40am Plenary
Room: Ballroom EFGH
The State of the Elephant Ed Boyajian (EnterpriseDB), Bruce Momjian (EnterpriseDB)
Add 2011 MySQL Awards to your personal schedule
10:00am Plenary
Room: Ballroom EFGH
2011 MySQL Awards David Axmark (Me, MySelf and I), Michael Widenius (Monty Program Ab)
10:50am-11:50am (1h) Architecture and Technology
Where does MySQL Fit In (at Craigslist)?
Jeremy Zawodny (craigslist.org)
This talk will discuss the ongoing evolution of data storage at Craigslist, starting from a homogeneous one-size fits all "MySQL everywhere" approach and moving toward a heterogeneous environment that considers our real data and performance needs and the plethora of tools available today (including Redis, MongoDB, MySQL, and Sphinx).
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Replication and Scale-Out
MySQL High Availability at Yahoo
Jay Janssen (Percona, Inc.)
In the midst of many attempts to "solve" the RDBMS high availability problems, the vast majority of Yahoo sites are still using plain old boring MySQL replication to accomplish HA. This talk will cover the principles of this architecture, it's advantages and disadvantages, as well what we see as needed for future HA advances. It's old-school, it's crude, but somehow it solves most HA problems.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Performance Tuning and Benchmarking, Replication and Scale-Out
A New Approach For Dealing with Complex Database Schemas
Ori Herrnstadt (FoundationDB)
Complex normalized schemas can make database systems slow and inefficient. This presentation explores a storage layer that eliminates most joins in such systems by pre-joining the data. Data in this storage layer can be accessed using an object API without the overhead of an object-relational mapping layer. It can also be accessed using standard SQL for efficient complex multi-table reporting.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Performance Tuning and Benchmarking
Performance Best Practices for MySQL
Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
It takes a lot to deliver consistent high performance for your MySQL powered system. In this presentation we'll look at defining Performance Goals, understanding Architecture Scalability and performing Capacity Planing.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) Cloud Computing
Granular Archival and Nearline Storage Using MySQL, S3 and SQS
Walt Jones (SEOmoz)
Moving rarely accessed data out of your main database can have a big impact on speed and cost. This session covers techniques to analyze the granularity of your data and implement an archival strategy that allows you to recall archived data on demand.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Open Source reporting tools
David Stokes (Oracle)
Need quick ad-hoc reports with sharp graphics from you MySQL instances? There are several open source reporting tools from Penatho, Actuate, Jaspersoft and others that can make a DBAs lies much easier. This session covers the more popular reporting tools and reommendations for for their use in your environment.
10:50am-11:50am (1h) Replication and Scale-Out
MySQL Replication Update
Lars Thalmann (Oracle) et al
The developers behind MySQL Replication describe the new features. After a quick review of what MySQL 5.5 brings, focus turns to the features that are coming after MySQL 5.5.
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, MySQL Cluster and High Availability, Replication and Scale-Out
The Art of Sandboxing - Reducing Complex Systems to Manageable Boxes
Giuseppe Maxia (Continuent)
Database technology is seldom simple. Unless you are dealing with an embedded, self containing database such as SQLite, chances are that your data management requires a complex system involving one or more database servers. Whether you need to test new systems or benchmark existing scenarios, your common need is to isolate the system. This talk tells how to tame database systems into obedience.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) LAMP, Replication and Scale-Out, Security and Database Administration
Diagnosing MySQL Replication Failures
Devananda Van Der Veen (Percona) et al
When replication fails, it can be difficult to fix. This talk will show you how to diagnose the failure and, when possible, safely resume replication.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Replication and Scale-Out, Security and Database Administration
Automated, Non-Stop MySQL Operations and Failover
Yoshinori Matsunobu (DeNA)
In this session, I will talk about tough DBA tasks - how to automate failover under non-trivial crash situations (i.e. promoting one of slaves to new master), and about how to eliminate downtime for difficult maintenance tasks (i.e sharding). If you have spent too much time for these tasks, this session will help your DBA life easier.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) MySQL Cluster and High Availability
Detecting Data Drift In a Live System
Mikey Dickerson (Federal Government | United States Digital Services Team)
Google engineers talk about the long fight against the specter of data drift. Starting from historical FUD about data drift, Google SREs will discuss design and implementation of a solution to detect data drift on any slave without downtime, and lessons learned from deployment and running in a world with detection.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Performance Tuning and Benchmarking
MySQL and SSD: Usage Patterns
Vadim Tkachenko (Percona Inc)
Are you considering how to use SSD disks with MySQL? Should you even use them? Will they make your database faster? They are still expensive, so how can you get the most out of them? This is the talk for you
10:50am-11:50am (1h) Architecture and Technology, Cloud Computing, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Leveraging Hadoop to Augment MySQL Deployments
Sarah Sproehnle (Cloudera, Inc.)
Apache Hadoop is a distributed, batch-processing system for large data sets. It can be used alongside relational databases to enable more effective reporting and injestion of large amounts of raw or unstructured data.
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Performance Tuning and Benchmarking
Understanding Indexing
Zardosht Kasheff (Tokutek)
We present some simple rules to understand effective indexing techniques without requiring an understanding of the underlying data structures that store the data.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Replication and Scale-Out, Security and Database Administration
Dealing with Schema Changes on Large Data Volumes
Danil Zburivsky (The Pythian Group)
Production schema changes are painful but unavoidable. This session will tell you how to minimize (or totally eliminate) downtime during schema changes with master-master setup or by using "shadow" tables. Session will focus on pros and cons of each approach and describe most common use cases.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) MySQL Cluster and High Availability, Replication and Scale-Out
Advanced Replication Monitoring
Gerardo Narvaja (SkySQL Inc.)
Traditionally replication has been monitored using the information in SHOW SLAVE STATUS, however it doesn't always represent the full picture. This presentation will outline how combining different methodologies it is possible to obtain a more accurate picture about replication health.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) Performance Tuning and Benchmarking
MySQL and Linux Tuning - Better Together
Steve Francis (LogicMonitor)
This talk will cover some of the less common linux tuning options, and how they can benefit MySQL performance, and benchmark results showing real impacts (or lack thereof) of tuning.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) Security and Database Administration
Securich
Darren Cassar (MySQLPreacher)
Security is often considered a waste of time given its tedious, painful and underestimated. This is where securich comes to the rescue helping you control users, privileges and enforce good passwords. User cloning, renaming, password complexity and much much more.
10:50am-11:50am (1h) Architecture and Technology, Cloud Computing, Replication and Scale-Out
Real-world Experiences Managing Large MySQL Fleet
John Smiley (Amazon.com)
Amazon engineers share experiences managing a large fleet of MySQL databases.
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence, PostgreSQL
Building Data Warehouses with PostgreSQL
Josh Berkus (PostgreSQL Experts, Inc.)
Has your database grown to hundreds of gigabytes in size, with no limit in sight? Are you considering moving to an expensive proprietary database system do deal with your huge database? PostgreSQL is an excellent database for small to medium sized data warehouses in the 0.5 to 5 terabyte range.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Architecture and Technology, Storage Engine Development and Optimization
HailDB: A NoSQL API Direct to InnoDB
Stewart Smith (Percona)
HailDB is a project that maintains InnoDB as a shared library (forked from embedded_innodb). It provides an API direct to InnoDB without any pesky SQL in front of it. This session is an introduction to HailDB, followed by an introduction to programming it.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Security and Database Administration, Storage Engine Development and Optimization
Percona Server: Secret Features
Vadim Tkachenko (Percona Inc)
Percona Server is most known for its performance and slow-log diagnostics, but it has many other useful features. In this talk I will describe them.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) Security and Database Administration
Securing MySQL with a Focus on SSL
Chris Conlon (yaSSL)
Security is becoming more important than ever, and as such, it should be a high concern for MySQL users. In this session we will cover important MySQL security practices, with a focus on configuring and using SSL with MySQL. Although sometimes overlooked, data in transit is vulnerable and should be secured. The use of SSL/TLS provides us with a tool to help protect peace of mind and data security.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Business and Case Studies, LAMP, PHP and MySQL, Web 2.0, Ajax, and Emerging Technologies
MQL-to-SQL: a JSON-based Puery Language for RDBMS Access from AJAX Applications
Roland Bouman (XCDSQL Solutions / Strukton Rail)
MQL-to-SQL is open source software that lets you query a RDBMS over HTTP using MQL (Metaweb Query Language). MQL is the native query language of www.freebase.com. There are good reasons to want MQL also as RDBMS query language, instead of SQL. This talk explains what MQL is, how it compares to SQL, why MQL is great for AJAX apps, and how MQL-to-SQL allows you to query RDBMSes like MySQL & Postgres
10:50am-11:50am (1h) Performance Tuning and Benchmarking
Using MySQL 5.5 Performance Schema
Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
MySQL Performance Schema is a new performance analyzes tool in MySQL 5.5, learn how to use it for Performance Optimization tasks.
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Architecture and Technology
The Secret Sauce of Sharding
Ryan Thiessen (Facebook)
Getting sharding right is crucial for achieving high scale with MySQL on commodity hardware like we do at Facebook. We will overview sharding best practices, and show some examples of both successful and unsuccessful methods at sharding MySQL.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Architecture and Technology, GIS, PostgreSQL
An Introduction to PostGIS - the PostgreSQL spatial extension
Ragi Burhum (Burhum LLC - GIS Consulting)
PostGIS is an extension to the PostgreSQL object-relational database system which allows GIS (Geographic Information Systems) objects to be stored in the database. It includes support for spatial indexes, and functions for analysis and processing of GIS objects.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) PostgreSQL
Securing PostgreSQL From External Attack
Bruce Momjian (EnterpriseDB)
This talk explores the ways attackers with no authorized database access can steal Postgres passwords, see database queries and results, and even intercept database sessions and return false data. Postgres supports features to eliminate all of these threats, but administrators must understand the attack vulnerabilities to protect against them.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) NoSQL
Introduction to HBase
Tom Hanlon (Cloudera)
HBase is an open source column store built on top of Hadoop. In this 45 minute session you will get a brief introduction into the design of HBase, and the underlying framework along with some usage examples.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) PostgreSQL
Introduction to PostgreSQL Configuration
Robert Haas (EnterpriseDB)
PostgreSQL is highly customizable, but which settings are most important and what values are most appropriate for a typical installation? This talk will explain the basics of how to configure PostgreSQL for reliability and good performance.
10:50am-11:50am (1h)
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11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Products and Services
Why Are The New Optimizer Features Important and How Can I Benefit From Them?
Sergey Petrunya (Monty Program Ab) et al
MariaDB has a lot of improvements to the core optimiser that powers both MySQL & MariaDB. These optimiser features all have flags which you can enable (they are disabled by default). Igor and Sergey both work on all these optimiser features on a daily basis, and will be able to go deep in-depth to explain them and why they are beneficial to end-users in general.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Products and Services
A Tour of PostgreSQL for Developers
Robin Schumacher (EnterpriseDB) et al
PostgreSQL has much to offer today’s developers who has been charged with creating applications for Web, embedded, data warehousing, OLTP, geo-spatial, and other environments. Developers will find many flexible options at their disposal with PostgreSQL no matter what language or IDE they choose to use.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Products and Services
Dropping ACID: Eating Data In A Web 2.0 World
Stewart Smith (Percona)
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. This is part survey, part critique of the various Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability models available from various modern databases and data stores used in modern Web and Cloud environments. We'll not just look at the single machine solution but how these systems work in a distributed environment.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m)
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5:15pm-6:00pm (45m)
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10:50am-11:50am (1h)
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11:55am-12:40pm (45m)
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2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Products and Services
Maximum Availability for MySQL/InnoDB with Synchronous Replication, Automated Failover, Full Data Consistency, Simplified Management, and Industry-Leading Performance
John Busch (Schooner Information Technology)
We present innovative technology developed to achieve industry-leading availability coupled with industry-leading performance for MySQL/InnoDB. Downtime is reduced by over 90% with tightly integrated, fully synchronous replication. Highly-optimized thread, lock, DRAM, and flash algorithms maximize performance.We present the technology, demonstrate management simplicity, and show benchmark results.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Products and Services
A Ridiculously Easy & Seriously Powerful Cloud Database - See it in Action!
Itamar Haber (Xeround)
mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM CLOUDSQLDB WHERE Availability=’always’ AND Scale=’auto’ AND COUNT (CloudProviders)>1; Come see a live demonstration of a highly-available and scalable cloud database – with self-healing, auto-scaling and pay-per-use – all with a click of a button.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m)
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5:15pm-6:00pm (45m)
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10:50am-11:50am (1h) Architecture and Technology, Cloud Computing, Memcached
Large datasets in MySQL on Amazon EC2
Anders Karlsson (Recorded Future)
Does it really work well to have large amount of data on Amazon EC2? Yes it does, but it does require some careful thinking and testing. EC2 is not like your standard Linux box when in terms of cabability of sustaining a high load and large amounts of data. But it can sure be done, but in a different way. This talk is about what Recorded Future has experienced when working with EC2.
11:55am-12:40pm (45m) Drizzle
A Beginner's Guide to Drizzle
Andrew Hutchings (Hewlett-Packard)
Drizzle was originally forked from MySQL in 2008 and has since gone through many changes. It is now very different from its MySQL cousin, so this talk is aimed to help anyone new to Drizzle get to grips with it from both a DBA and an application developer point of view.
2:00pm-3:00pm (1h) Architecture and Technology, LAMP
A Beginner's Guide to MariaDB
Colin Charles (SkySQL Ab/MariaDB Foundation)
MariaDB - Community Developed. Feature Enhanced. Backward Compatible. A branch of the popular MySQL database, the project began in 2009 around a storage engine, but quickly evolved to being another database project, with two major releases in 2010. This session will introduce the project, and will help any DBA or developer get to grips with MariaDB.
3:05pm-3:50pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Cloud Computing, NoSQL
Installing Eucalpytus
Mark Atwood (HP)
Eucalpytus is a GPL open-source private cloud computing infrastructure platform that is compatible with Amazon Web Services. It has an undeserved reputation as being hard to provision, install, and operate. We hope to help dispel this reputation by walking through and talking through installation and operation of a small Eucalyptus cloud.
4:25pm-5:10pm (45m) Architecture and Technology, Cloud Computing
Introduction to OpenStack
Eric Day (craigslist)
The OpenStack project was launched last summer by Rackspace, NASA, and a number of other cloud technology leaders in an effort to build a fully-open cloud computing platform. It is a collection of scalable, secure, standards-based projects currently consisting of OpenStack Compute and OpenStack Object Storage. This session will introduce the projects, principles behind it, and how to get started.
5:15pm-6:00pm (45m) NoSQL
Building Your First Web Application with MongoDB
Roger Bodamer (10gen)
MongoDB -- from "humongous" -- is an open source, non-relational, document-oriented database.
10:20am-10:50am (30m)
Break: Morning Break
3:50pm-4:25pm (35m)
Break: Afternoon Break
6:00pm-7:00pm (1h)
Expo Hall Reception
Visit the exhibitors, mingle with other attendees, and enjoy great refreshments and drinks at the evening reception.
12:40pm-2:00pm (1h 20m)
Break: Lunch
9:00am-9:40am (40m) Keynote
State of the Dolphin
Tomas Ulin (Oracle) et al
Join Tomas Ulin, Oracle’s Vice President of MySQL Engineering, as he summarizes MySQL’s first year under Oracle’s stewardship, discusses the current and ongoing engagement with the MySQL user community and offers insights into future roadmaps and commitment to MySQL products.
9:40am-10:00am (20m) Keynote
The State of the Elephant
Ed Boyajian (EnterpriseDB) et al
In the State of the Elephant keynote, Ed Boyajian, CEO of EnterpriseDB, and Bruce Momjian, Co-Founder of The Global PostgreSQL Development Group, will present an overview of the PostgreSQL Community.
10:00am-10:20am (20m)
2011 MySQL Awards
David Axmark (Me, MySelf and I) et al
Join us for the annual MySQL Awards, as we recognize excellence in Community Contributor, MySQL Application, and Corporate Contributor categories.
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  • EnterpriseDB
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Clustrix
  • Continuent
  • Facebook
  • HTI Consultoria e Tecnologia
  • Monty Program
  • Percona
  • Rackspace Hosting
  • Schooner Information Technology
  • SkySQL
  • Xeround

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