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MongoDB 4.0 Transactions Finally!

In MongoDB 4.0 the MongoDB community got its first chance to use transactions. Well, except for the short lived TokuMX clone. In this talk I will discuss the capabilities and limitations of the new feature including:
- Scope
- Capabilities
- Limits
- Potential impact on concurrency


Tarantool. No-SQL DBMS Now With SQL

Kirill & Kostja will present an overview of Tarantool, an open source in-memory DBMS. They will explain why it is cool to have a DBMS in the same address space as your application server, why Tarantool is in fact single threaded and why the in-memory DBMS now features new disk-oriented engine.


Managing Data and Operation Distribution In MongoDB

In a sharded MongoDB cluster, scale and data distribution are defined by your shard keys. Even when choosing the correct shards key, ongoing maintenance and review can still be required to maintain optimal performance.


Squash That Old Bug

MySQL and MariaDB have a long list of old, potentially trivial bugs that are annoying if you hit them. No one's really bothered to fix them, so why not you? It doesn't take a large amount of C/C++ knowledge to pick out an old bug and build/test a MySQL/MariaDB patch to fix an old bug.


Percona Server for MySQL 8.0

We will discuss the state of Percona Server for MySQL 8.0, now GA, and current developments around it.


Using Ansible to Manage MySQL at DigitalOcean

In this session we'll discuss how we use Ansible to manage the internal MySQL services at DigitalOcean, where this has worked well for us, as well as some of the issues we've experienced along the way.


From Scheduled Downtime to Self-Healing in Less Than a Year

Infrastructure automation is not easy, especially for stateful services like MySQL (or any other database for that matter). It goes way beyond the capabilities of Ansible, Chef, SaltStack or other similar tools.


MySQL and ZFS

MySQL, as a database, strives on a filesystem but not all filesystems are equal! On Linux, ZFS is gaining attention and there are good reasons for that, especially if you happen to also run MySQL.


Too Much Data?

Are you struggling with too much data? Are your MySQL databases able to ingest the influx of new data? Are you considering an alternate database but modifying your application would be challenging? Are you able to query efficiently your data once ingested?


In-depth Percona Server/MySQL Encryption

1) Keyrings
- General concepts
- what happens when keyring plugin is loaded
- where keys are stored
- troubleshooting
     keyring initialization failures
     taking care of core dumps
- keyring_vault

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