MySQL 8.0: Security
This session provides the developer centric view on MySQL 8.0 security. MySQL 8.0 is continuing in the direction set by MySQL 5.7: to be secure by default. The security development team has added quite a few interesting features to the core MySQL server, like for example SQL roles or making the ACL statements atomic.We will discuss the roles implementation and consider some of the interesting possibilities it provides. We are also working on re-architecting the security related parts of the server and this allows us to come up with modern pluggable APIs that allow for modern and extensible server, like e.g. the keyring API or the extensions to the audit API we did in 5.7.
Product Management Director, Oracle
Over the past 20 years, Mike has helped organizations formulate and implement complex new products and strategies. His background spans database development, tools, packaging, security, and backup. He's brought well over 15 new to market products. At MySQL he's been instrumental in working with various database and development tools, the mysql repos, and various security products and features. As a founder and VP of Products at Gazzang (acq. by Cloudera) he brought to market Linux TDE and a SaaS key management products. As a co-founder and head of products at Idera he brought to market 5 database management products including SQL Secure, SQL Compliance Manager, and SQLsafe. At PentaSafe/NetIQ, as Product Author and Product Line Manager, he created a line of products for Security and Risk assessment of Linux and Web Servers. Mikes experience spans databases, operating systems, security, e-business, and trading systems
Team Lead, MySQL Server General Team, Oracle
Georgi "Joro" Kodinov started working on MySQL in 2006 as a part of the optimizer team. He has moved to lead the Server General team, working on security, monitoring and the client-server protocol. Joro has background in banking IT.