Sessions

  • Track: Tutorials
    Intermediate
    Giuseppe Maxia, MC Brown
    Modern business require complex data management, which result in complex problems. Although MySQL native replication offers a robust streaming in simple topologies, it is not up to the tasks required today: * seamless failover * multiple masters * fan-in replication * data transformation * replication from and to different database servers. All the above, and more, is solved by... [read more]
  • Intermediate
    John Goulah
    Running a data store at the scale of a site like Etsy took several phases of iteration to get to where it is today. This included the data migration from a monolithic postgres database to a sharded mysql store, in addition to creating in depth tooling to adapt with our growing needs along the way. At Etsy, we made a decision to horizontally scale our data by sharding it across MySQL multi-... [read more]
  • Intermediate
    Robert Hodges, Tim Callaghan
    MongoDB is a popular NoSQL DBMS that shares the ease-of-use and quick setup that made MySQL famous. But is MongoDB really up to the job? Is it right for your applications? If you understand MySQL well, you know how database systems work. In this talk we will demonstrate how to lean on your knowledge of topics like schema design, query optimization, indexing, sharding, and high availability to... [read more]
  • Track: Tutorials
    Intermediate
    Ivan Zoratti
    MariaDB is out for testing, now in Beta. It is loaded with lots of new features to increase performance, availability and scalability. In addition to the standard server, new MariaDB tools improve the ease of use, the integration and the administration of the database. This is a hands-on tutorial. The attendees will receive a USB key with handout material, software, examples and a VM that can... [read more]
  • Monty Widenius
    Monty Widenius, CTO of the MariaDB Foundation, will provide a walkthrough of the new features in MariaDB 5.5 and share details on items like why the Foundation chose to create MariaDB 10.0 instead of simply taking MySQL 5.6 as a base for creating what would have been called MariaDB 5.6.

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