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Vadim and me will be speaking on OSCON 2007, taking place in Portland,OR July 23-27.

Our talk will be about Open Source Transactional Storage Engines meaning Innodb, Falcon, Solid and PBXT.

We’ll look into architecture of these storage engines as well as compare performance in number of Benchmarks.

If you will be visiting OSCON please drop by, if not we’ll share presentation and some other notes here after the conference.

We’re also planning to visit Jay’s both on MySQL.. Initially we were thinking to organize yet another BOF on MySQL Performance but as this conference is not MySQL focused single MySQL BOF is probably enough and Performance related questions could be taken care of on it.

We’re also organizing Open Source Full Text Search BOF to hear from people working developing or using Full Text Search and related solutions. One of the things we’re trying to get from this BOF is a better understanding of what people need from Full Text Search applications and which kind of problems they have with existing solutions, so we can make Sphinx Search better.

Before OSCON we’ll spend few days in Seattle and after I’ll spend few days in Silicon Valley.

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Peter Zaitsev

Peter managed the High Performance Group within MySQL until 2006, when he founded Percona. Peter has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and is an expert in database kernels, computer hardware, and application scaling.



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