Now that O’Reilly has announced they’re going to have a MySQL conference independently of Sun/MySQL, we have decided not to proceed with plans for our own Performance Conference. We are participating in the O’Reilly conference, and we will do everything possible to make that a great success for everyone. See you there!
It’s time to announce our plans for Percona Performance Conference 2010. We will hold the event on April 12th and 13th in Santa Clara, California. In the months to come we will announce the theme, the exact location (we have it reserved, but it’s subject to change), the exact dates (we may add days), and […]
Videos from the 2009 Percona Performance Conference are now available on www.percona.tv. Let us know which you like best so we can have some ideas for the 2010 conference!
Having trouble finding the Percona Performance Conference? It’s upstairs near where the registration desk was (aka above the exhibition hall). Hope to see you there today & tomorrow!
The schedule for the 2009 Percona Performance Conference has been released. Take a look, see what interests you, and (optionally) register to come. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Even though we haven’t yet gotten a schedule online, we’re still accepting proposals for the Percona Performance Conference. As a teaser, let me just share one accepted proposal with you: Cary Millsap. If you are even vaguely involved with Oracle, you should know who he is. He is one of the world’s foremost authorities on […]
…any sessions this year; Peter, Vadim, and the rest of us at Percona submitted over a dozen session proposals, which were initially declined. As …Cabral is organizing.
That’s the back story — now on to the Percona Performance Conference! This is not “another MySQL conference.” It’s a performance…to Santa Clara.
We will not be the only ones speaking at Percona Performance Conference; other experts will join us in making presentations too. …to propose a session, please do so through the Percona Performance Conference website.
The Percona team looks forward to greeting you face to face …
Percona, the company maintaining MySQL Performance Blog has a good presence on the conference this year. We have me (Peter), Vadim, Aurimas, Baron and Andrew attending the show. Alexey had to stay because he could not get Visa in time and Maciek is staying to be able to reliably service emergencies arising with our customers.
Autumn is a season of MySQL-related conferences and I’m about to hit the road to speak and attend quite a few of them. This week I’ll participate in All Things Open, a local conference for me here in Raleigh, N.C. and therefore one I do not have to travel for. All Things Open explores open source, […]