It looks like I never blogged about it but I’m going to be speaking on OSCON 2008. Similar to the last year presentation I’ll do overview of MySQL Open Source storage engines. I’ll do brief overview of different storage engines available out there as well as share benchmark results for some […]Read more
We were chatting with Jeremy Cole today and he brought to my attention last version of MySQL Community Eddition (5.0.51) was released in November 2007 – over 7 months ago. MySQL 5.0.51a and MySQL 5.0.51b security fixes were released but these can’t be considered proper releases.
If we look at the […]
If you’re a Perl and/or Python expert (preferably both), Percona may have a job for you.
We’re looking to either hire or sponsor significant development efforts for some open-source tools for MySQL, including but not limited to Maatkit and the Master-Master Replication Manager. This could be full-time or part-time, depending on the person and what […]
Why one may wonder, it’s just Swedish beer (State of Doplhin, MySQL UC 2006).
One week ago Jim Starkey sent message http://www.firebirdnews.org/?p=1742 so he will not work for MySQL anymore and starting new project. While that’s fully Jim Starkey’s personal decision, I expected some comments about Falcon future development from MySQL / Sun side. Jim […]
I should have written about it a while ago but I never had a change.
I’m speaking at Velocity conference taking place in the Bay Area 23-24 of June.
At the same conference we will have a book signing event for our book High Performance MySQL 2nd Edition which is finally in […]
Looking at Kaj’s Blog Annoucement MySQL has pulled back on the plans to release portions of the servers as close Source only.
I am extremely happy to hear these news ! This is good for MySQL as a company, MySQL customers and MySQL users.
I’m hoping Community feedback was serious contributer to this […]
As you know we love to analyze performance of various MySQL features, benchmark, compare, analyze things and post our findings on MySQL Performance Blog. However recently we got too busy with serving out customers and the backlog of things to take a look and write about is just growing larger and larger. […]Read more
People frequently ask me if the fact we keep information public can hurt our consulting business ? Lets keep aside for the moment amount of new business publishing this information brings to us but think it also have significant negative effect because people find information on MySQL Performance Blog and use it instead […]Read more
Friday after MySQL Users Conference we had a smaller meeting at Google campus to talk about MySQL architecture mainly focusing on storage engine vendors and other extension areas.
It was very interesting to see all these storage engine interface extensions which are planned for MySQL 6.0 and beyond – abilities to intercept query execution […]