This Week in Data with Colin Charles 30: Schedule for Percona Live, and Tracking Those Missing FeaturesColin Charles
Join Percona Chief Evangelist Colin Charles as he covers happenings, gives pointers and provides musings on the open source database community.
Have you registered for Percona Live already? The tutorial grid, the schedules for day 1 and day 2 are pretty amazing, and there is even an extra track being added, for a total of 10 concurrent/parallel tracks during day 1 & day 2. If you submitted a talk and it didn’t get accepted (competition was high), you should have received a discount code to register for the event.
I plan to write more dedicated blog posts around M|18 and the MariaDB Developer’s Unconference. Hang on till next week? I gave my presentation, targeted at developers, titled MySQL features missing in MariaDB Server. It was a room of maybe 40-45 people, and had some debate, but not much more; there were some other excellent presentations as well.
Next week, Percona will be at SCALE16x. We are sponsors, so there will also be a booth (where you can get some interesting schwag), and don’t forget that both Peter Zaitsev and I have a talk (one on Friday, the other on Saturday). Looking forward to seeing you all there.
- MariaDB 10.3.5 is now a release candidate. PL/SQL support, Oracle sql_mode, MyRocks is RC, and more. Its probably well worth trying out and testing!
- Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.6.39-26.25
- Percona Monitoring and Management 1.8.0 – improved layout, better memory usage on host system, and more.
- Percona Toolkit 3.0.7 – for Amazon RDS users, “We’ve improved data collection from Amazon RDS MySQL and Amazon Aurora MySQL to only perform remote mysqld checks.”
- memcached 1.5.6 – which disables the UDP port by default.
- Write Optimizations for Qualcomm Centriq 2400 in MariaDB 10.3.5 Release Candidate
- Fail-slow at scale: evidence of hardware performance faults in large production systems – recommended read, including the paper.
- Three Approaches to PostgreSQL Replication and Backup
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