September 2, 2014

Percona is Speaking At Open Source Data Center Conference in Nuremberg, Germany

Percona has 2 talks lined up at OSDC in Nuremberg, Germany:
- Taking hot backups with XtraBackup by Alexey Kopytov
- Expert Troubleshooting: Resolving MySQL Problems Quickly  by Kenny Gryp

Feel free to come and say Hi!

On April 25 & 26, 2012 the Open Source Data Center Conference will invite experienced administrators and architects for an exchange with international open source experts.

OSDC is about simplifying complex IT infrastructures with Open Source and offers an ideal opportunity to meet with open source professionals and insiders, gather and share expertise and benefit from their comprehensive experience in open source data center solutions. The conference is especially adapted to experienced administrators and architects.

An essential aspect of the OSDC is the opportunity for social networking and community building. Beside the comprehensive conference program, there will be much space to get together, to exchange experiences with the open source community as well as for exciting discussions around open source data center solutions.

With focus on the main topic “Agile Infrastructures”, open source experts like Kenny Gryp (Percona), Mark Burgess (CFEnigine), Kris Buytaert (inuits) or Kristian Köhntopp (booking.com) will cover the entire scope of application of open source software in data centers and huge IT environments.

The bilingual conference program is divided into the three sessions, „Devops and Methods“, „Databases“ and „Scalability and Infrastructure“ and thus provides the latest know-how for the daily practice. Additionally there is the possibility to deepen knowledge in one of the following three in-depth workshops „Open Nebula“, „IPv6“ und „Puppet Configuration Management“, taking place on the day before the conference (24th April 2012).

For more information about Open Source Data Conference 2012, please visit the website: www.netways.de/osdc

About Kenny Gryp

Kenny is a Principal Architect at Percona. Bitten somewhere in the late 90s by the open-source bug, most of his spare time was spent working with Linux & OpenBSD servers.
Before joining Percona, he worked at a large social networking company in Europe as DBA & Puppeteer.

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