With just under four weeks to go, we are happy to announce the keynote speakers for Percona Live Europe 2019.
With featured talks from Oracle, HashiCorp, Microsoft, and more, Percona Live provides an opportunity to network with peers and technology professionals. Mingle with all types of database community members: DBAs, developers, C-level executives, and the latest database technology trendsetters. Percona Live is the place to learn about how open source database technology can power your applications, improve your websites, and solve your critical database issues.
Without further ado, here’s the keynote line-up for 2019!
Peter Zaitsev will kick off the event with his report on The State of Open Source Databases. Percona’s CEO will explore the current topics and trends impacting the database ecosystem, as well as the businesses that run open-source databases as part of their infrastructure. Will cloud-native surpass public cloud usage? How Is the changing licensing around open source going to impact you? What keeps most of your peers up at night? What will impact your business in 2020 and beyond?
Geir Hoydalsvik from Oracle will then share The State of the Dolphin. Where are we with MySQL 8.0 one year after GA? How was the journey and how the Community impacted the road map? Come to discover Oracle’s new release way, allowing them to be even closer to users looking for performance, stability, and innovation.
We will complete our first day keynotes with John Boero, HashiCorp and his session on Unlocking the Cloud Operating Model. To unlock the fastest path to the value of the cloud, enterprises must consider how to industrialize the application delivery process across each layer of the cloud: embracing the cloud operating model, and tuning people, processes, and tools to it. He’ll discuss what the Cloud Operating Model means for your enterprise.
Kick-off day two with Craig Kerstiens from Microsoft as he tells the journey of Postgres: From Respected by DBAs to Loved by Application Developers. Ten years ago, Postgres was a safe and stable database, although not at the same level of user-friendliness or rich feature set as other databases. But that all started to change as it learned from MySQL and Mongo. He’ll examine some of that journey and look at what the next five years may hold.
We will conclude our keynotes with a moderated panel discussing the Business Challenges Facing Modern Database Deployments. Business leaders from around the globe will talk trends, changes, and issues they face day-to-day. We will ask them for their advice on how to build scalable, secure, and world-class applications that meet user needs.
See the full schedule of tutorials, events, keynotes, and sessions. We look forward to seeing you there, so don’t miss out – buy your tickets here!