Welcome to Percona Live 2019 keynotes, day two!
Day two of Percona Live 2019 looks to be as filled with great talks as day one. Today we started with presentations from Percona, Continuent, VividCortex, Oracle, and Alibaba. You can view the recording of today’s keynotes here.
Percona Welcome Back
Matt Yonkovit (Percona)
Matt Yonkovit, Percona CXO, welcomed everyone back to Percona Live Open Source Database Conference 2019 day two. He reminded everybody to rate your talks using the Percona Live App. People who rate five or more talks are eligible for a raffle prize!
The State of the Dolphin
Frédéric Descamps – Oracle
Where are we with MySQL 8.0 one year after GA? How was the journey and how the Community impacted the road map? During this session come to discover our new release way allowing us to be even more close to our users looking for performance, stability but also innovation.
Cloud Native Database – POLARDB
Jimmy Yang – Alibaba Inc
1. Alibaba Cloud soon releases the MySQL 8.0-compatible edition of POLARDB
2. The new POLARDB would support parallel query, provide excellent large query support
3. The new POLARDB improves on IO with PolarStore as well as on various subsystems,
outperforms MySQL8.0 even on a standalone server.
4. More new features on with new POLARDB.
The Color of Open Source Money – Are some open source business models more acceptable than others?
Eero Teerikorpi – Continuent
The color of open source money is a curious case! There are those organizations that make money from open source technologies, with or without making contributions back to the software itself. There also are commercial open source software vendors, who do add value to the underlying open source technology by enhancing the solution and providing support for it. And then there are commercial software vendors who extend the capability of the open source solution with proprietary solutions. And, last but not least, some cloud providers’ business model involves building SaaS solutions based on free open source technology. Some of the above business models are deemed to be more acceptable by the open source community than others.
Bringing DevOps To The Database
Baron Schwartz – VividCortex
Applying DevOps principles and practices to the database can make software development processes faster, better and cheaper. Yet most companies do not include their databases in their DevOps initiatives because they face a variety of challenges to make it work.
Why is it hard to apply DevOps to databases? How can we get better at it? This talk addresses those questions (and more) by exploring the real-life stories of teams that successfully changed their entrenched culture, workflows, and tooling – and others who tried.
Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM)
Michael Coburn – Percona
We are pleased to announce the release of PMM 2 Beta! PMM (Percona Monitoring and Management) is a free and open-source platform for managing and monitoring MySQL, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL performance.