If you’ve been waiting to see the schedule before you commit to a ticket, wait no longer! With just a few spots to be confirmed before release, the bulk of the Percona Live Europe 2019 agenda can now be seen. We’ve said it before, but the quality of the submissions was high and it’s […]Read more
We had an amazing response to our Call for Papers for Percona Live Europe, offering talks of incredible breadth and depth. Our European open source database conference rivals its North American cousin in the number and quality of submissions, which has made it an incredibly tough job for the volunteer Committee – thank you, […]Read more
The Percona Live Open Source Database Conference, Europe 2019 will have a one week extension of the call for papers. Our new close date will be Monday July 22, 2019. Any and all topics related to open source database technologies are invited.
This year’s conference takes a new approach, organizing tracks along these key business […]
It was all aboard the Lone Star river boat for the 100 delegates who joined our Community Dinner. Loading took quite some time, Tom Basil attended to the guest list, and then the necessary signatures for those aboard. I’d woken at 6am to a less than favorable forecast, but the weather was kind to […]Read more
It’s that time of year again, and we’ve just had the presentations of the MySQL Community Awards at Percona Live. A more fulsome blog post will be written for the Community Blog in the next few days about the worthy winners. Meanwhile, though, here’s a summary.
Committee Co-Secretaries Emily Slocombe of Square, and Agustin Gallego […]