Deals of a “Live” time: $5 Percona Live Keynote Passes!Kortney Runyan
The Percona Live Data Performance Conference 2016 in Santa Clara, California is just around the corner: April 18-21. We’re busy getting things ready to make sure everybody gets the most out of their time there. As part of that, we have some news and a couple of outstanding offers for you! $5 Percona Live keynote passes and $101 101 crash courses.
Percona Live MySQL Conference 2016 Keynote Speakers
We are extremely pleased with this year’s keynote speakers. We have a wide assortment of industry leaders and experts presenting a great set of topics, as well as special guest speaker Bill Nye!
The schedule is as follows:
9:00 AM – Peter Zaitsev, Percona, opens Percona Live Data Performance Conference 2016.
9:20 AM – Chad Jones, Deep Information Science will present “Transcending database tuning problems: How machine learning helps DBAs play more ping pong,” which will show how unsupervised machine learning based on resource, workload and information modeling can predictively and continuously tune databases.
9:50 AM – Bill Nye, Scientist and Media Personality, will present “Things to Keep a Nye On,” where he’ll discuss the importance of science, critical thinking, and reason.
9:00 AM – Patrick McFadin, DataStax, will present “Take back the power in your cloud applications with Apache Cassandra,” where he’ll talk about Apache Cassandra cloud applications.
9:25 AM – Experts from Deep Information Science, RocksDB, Red Hat, Intel and Percona will present “Data in the Cloud Keynote Panel: Cloudy with a chance of running out of disk space? Or Sunny times ahead?” where they will discuss how new technologies, revamped products and a never ending stream of idea’s aim to improve the performance and manageability of cloud-based data, and where the industry is heading.
9:50 AM – Tomas Ulin, Oracle, will present “MySQL: Combining SQL and NoSQL,” which will explore how MySQL can deliver on the promises of NoSQL, while keeping all the proven benefits of SQL.
10:15 AM – Mark Callaghan, RocksDB, will present “MyRocks, MongoRocks and RocksDB,” and explain how and why MyRocks provides better performance, efficiency and compression using real and synthetic workloads
9:00 AM – Peter Zaitsev, Percona, will present “Winning with Open Source Databases,” and will demonstrate how Percona is a true open source partner that helps you optimize your database performance to better run your business.
9:30 AM – Anurag Gupta, Amazon Web Services, will present “AWS Big Data Services: Reimagining Big Data Processing in the Cloud,” which will provide an under-the-hood view of some of the most popular Big Data services at AWS including Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Redshift, Amazon EMR and Amazon Aurora.
9:55 AM – Community Award Ceremony
$5 Keynote Passes
To help make the keynotes and the community events accessible to the greatest number of community members, we are once again offering $5 Percona Live keynote passes for the Percona Live Data Performance Conference 2016. A keynote pass provides access to the keynote addresses, Birds of a Feather sessions, the exhibit floor, and the Community Networking Reception on Thursday night. The first 100 people who register for an Expo-Only pass (new registrations only) using the discount code “KEY” will be able to register for just $5.
$101 101 Passes
For a limited time, you can get access to the 101 Crash Courses for only $101!
Percona Live is once again hosting Crash Courses for developers, systems administrators, and other technical resources. This year, we’ve compacted the training into a single day, and are offering two options: MySQL 101 and MongoDB 101!
If you use code Single101, you can get either the MySQL or MongoDB crash course track for $101. If you want to get both tracks for $202, use code Double202.
This deal expires soon, so reserve your spot now!
End of Advanced Rate Pricing
Just a quick note: advanced rate pricing is set to expire March 6th! If you haven’t secured your reservation, do now before rates go up! It’s a fantastic deal, but it won’t last for much longer.