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Percona Live Presents: The MySQL Query Optimizer Explained Through Optimizer Trace

 | April 24, 2019 |  Posted In: Events, MySQL

Alibaba Cloud at Percona Live

During my presentation at Percona Live 2019 I will show how using Optimizer Trace can give insight into the inner workings of the MySQL Query Optimizer. Through the presentation, the audience will both be introduced to optimizer trace, learn more about the decisions the query optimizer makes, and learn about the query execution strategies the query […]

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Percona Live Presents: Vitess – Running Sharded MySQL on Kubernetes

 | April 18, 2019 |  Posted In: Events, MySQL

Vitess PlanetScale at Percona Live 2019

The topic I’m presenting addresses a growing and unfulfilled need: the ability to run stateful workloads in Kubernetes. Running stateless applications is now considered a solved problem. However, it’s currently not practical to put databases like MySQL in containers, give them to Kubernetes, and expect it to manage their life cycles. Vitess addresses this need […]

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London Open Source Database Community Meetup

 | March 15, 2019 |  Posted In: Events, MariaDB, MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL

London Open Source Database Meetup

I strongly believe in the community. Communities are the real strength of open source. Not just the theoretical ability to study, modify and share code – but the fact that other people out there are doing these things. Creating a base of knowledge and a network of relations.These can become work relationships, valuable discussions, open […]

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#ilovefs Valentine’s Day Celebration (I Love Free Software)

 | February 14, 2019 |  Posted In: Events

postcard ilovefs

Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is celebrating the creators of free software with their I Love Free Software campaign #ilovefs, a social campaign for Valentine’s Day. The idea is to show some appreciation to the makers of free software. Most of our communications with free software creators are about bugs and feature requests and maybe […]

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