We’ve just rented more rooms, and published an additional two tracks of speakers for Percona Live in New York on May 26th. The schedule is here. There is a long queue of speaker submissions we’re finalizing and will be adding to the schedule, to fill the few empty slots in those new rooms.
My favorite not-yet-confirmed session is from a company who has built their business in the Amazon cloud, and has seen just about every angle of running a large database in the cloud. This isn’t an extraordinary database, all things considered — as they told me, “it’s not a science fiction use case. It’s just science fiction to run it in the cloud.” That is precisely why this is such an interesting story to hear. There is a lot of wisdom to be gleaned from people who’ve done such things.
Tickets are selling fast, and we still expect to sell the entire event out, despite enlarging it. Thanks to our sponsors, who make it all possible: Clustrix, Vork, Continuent, Webyog, EffectiveMySQL, Facebook, OmniTI, Sphinx, Tokutek, Zmanda, DaniWeb, and PalominoDB.