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Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo 2014

Empowering the MySQL World

It's a wrap! We had over 1,000 attendees and rave reviews. Thank you for making Percona Live MySQL Conference & Expo 2014 one of the best in years.

The Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo is the premier event for the rich and diverse MySQL ecosystem. It is the place to be for the open source community as well as businesses that thrive in the MySQL marketplace. Attendees include DBAs, SysAdmins, developers, architects, CTOs, CEOs, and vendors from around the world.

MySQL is the world's most popular open source database, powering massively popular web applications such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. MySQL continues to evolve rapidly with new releases, related software, delivery methods, and uses enabling it to reach more markets and power more applications every day.



When:
April 1-4, 2014
The Hyatt Regency Santa Clara & Santa Clara Convention Center
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Tutorials Schedule - Tuesday 1 April 2014

9:30am to 12:30pm

MySQL Break/Fix Lab
René Cannaò, Alkin Tezuysal, Gillian Gunson
Ballroom A

Operational DBA in a nutshell! Hands On Tutorial!
Liz van Dijk, Kenny Gryp, Dimitri Vanoverbeke
Ballroom B

MySQL Replication : Advanced Features in all flavors
Giuseppe Maxia
Ballroom C

MariaDB 10 - The complete tutorial
Ivan Zoratti, Colin Charles
Ballroom D

Using TokuDB: A Guided Walk Through a TokuDB Implementation
Jon Tobin
Ballroom E

From Relational to Hadoop - Migrating your data pipeline
Gwen Shapira, Zburivsky Danil
Ballroom F

How to Get the Most Out of Versions 5.6 of MySQL and Percona Server
Bill Karwin
Ballroom G

Percona XtraDB Cluster / Galera in Practice - 2014 edition
Jay Janssen
Ballroom H

1:30pm to 4:30pm

Deep diving into MySQL monitoring setup
Roman Vynar, Akshay Suryawanshi, Michael Rikmas
Ballroom A

Operational DBA in a nutshell! Hands On Tutorial!
Liz van Dijk, Kenny Gryp, Dimitri Vanoverbeke
Ballroom B

MySQL Replication Mix and Match
MC Brown, Linas Virbalas
Ballroom C

MariaDB 10 - The complete tutorial
Ivan Zoratti, Colin Charles
Ballroom D

Introduction to MongoDB for MySQL Users
Stephane Combaudon
Ballroom E

Hands On Trove: Database as a Service in OpenStack (for MySQL)
Florian Haas
Ballroom F

InnoDB Architecture and Performance Optimization
Peter Zaitsev
Ballroom G

Percona XtraDB Cluster / Galera in Practice - 2014 edition
Jay Janssen
Ballroom H

4:30pm to 6:30pm

Welcoming Reception

Sessions Schedule - Wednesday 2 April 2014

Welcome To Percona Live
Peter Zaitsev, Terry Erisman
9:00am to 9:10am

9:15am to 9:45am

Getting Serious about MySQL and Hadoop at Continuent
Robert Hodges
9:15am to 9:45am

9:50am to 10:35am

Raising the MySQL Bar
Tomas Ulin
9:50am to 10:35am

10:40am to 11:00am

Adventures in MySQL at Dropbox
Renjish Abraham
10:40am to 11:00am

Break in Exhibit Hall
11:00am to 11:30am

11:30am to 12:20pm

Managing large MySQL installations with Jetpants
Tom Christ
Ballroom A

Use Your MySQL Knowledge to Become an Instant MongoDB Guru
Tim Callaghan, Robert Hodges
Ballroom B

High Availability Tools for use with MySQL
Jay Janssen
Ballroom C

MySQL 5.7: InnODB - What's new
Sunny Bains
Ballroom D

Online schema changes for maximizing uptime
David Turner, Ben Black
Ballroom E

Asynchronous MySQL: How Facebook Queries Databases
Chip Turner
Ballroom F

How we got replication 10x faster by using MariaDB 10.0.
Monty Widenius
Ballroom G

Enterprise-Grade MySQL: New Technologies for zero-downtime patching and boosting performance
Varun Singh, Craig Thayer
Ballroom H

1:20pm to 2:10pm

ProxySQL : High Availability and High Performance Proxy for MySQL
René Cannaò
Ballroom A

The MySQL NoSQL Wars: Can't we all just get along?
Tamar Bercovici
Ballroom B

ACIDic Clusters: Review of current relational databases with synchronous replication
Raghavendra Prabhu
Ballroom C

Be the hero of the day with the InnoDB Data recovery tool
Marco "The Grinch" Tusa, Aleksandr Kuzminsky
Ballroom D

MySQL 5.6 and WebScaleSQL at Facebook
Yoshinori Matsunobu, Steaphan Greene
Ballroom E

Data materialisation for high-performance Web front-ends.
Nicolai Plum
Ballroom F

Survey of Percona Toolkit: Command-line Tools for MySQL
Daniel Nichter
Ballroom G

The Ins & Outs of a Distributed Database: Clustered InnoDB the Right Way
Doron Levari
Ballroom H

2:20pm to 3:10pm

Automated MySQL failover with MHA: getting started & moving past its quirks
Colin Charles
Ballroom A

Hadoop for MySQL People
Chris Schneider
Ballroom B

Galera Cluster New Features
Seppo Jaakola
Ballroom C

InnoDB: A journey to the core II
Davi Arnaut, Jeremy Cole
Ballroom D

Inspecting a multi-everything Linux machine
Aurimas Mikalauskas, Frederic Descamps
Ballroom E

MySQL Upgrade - Lessons Learned
David Hunsinger
Ballroom F

common_schema: DBA's framework for MySQL
Shlomi Noach
Ballroom G

Flash-enabled compression – learn how compressed databases can run even faster than uncompressed
Dhananjoy Das
Ballroom H

3:50pm to 4:40pm

Virtually Available MySQL, or How to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud
Robert Hodges
Ballroom A

Privacy and Security for MySQL at Google in the Snowden Age
Ian Gulliver
Ballroom B

MySQL Cluster Performance Tuning
Johan Andersson
Ballroom C

MySQL 5.7: Performance Schema Improvements
Mark Leith
Ballroom D

MariaDB 10.0: What's New
Sergei Golubchik
Ballroom E

MySQL at 10,000 feet: monitoring for broad trends, issues and SLA
Gavin Towey
Ballroom F

mysqlv8udfs - Running JavaScript inside MySQL
Roland Bouman
Ballroom G

Migrate an infrastructure to Galera Cluster
Art van Scheppingen
Ballroom H

4:50pm to 5:40pm

MaxScale, the Pluggable Router
Massimiliano Pinto, Vilho Raatikka
Ballroom A

Security and why you need to review yours.
David Busby
Ballroom B

Geographical Disaster recovery challenges and solutions
Yves Trudeau
Ballroom C

Practical sysbench
Peter Boros
Ballroom D

MySQL 5.7: Core Server Improvements
Morgan Tocker, Rune Humborstad
Ballroom E

Knowing the Unknowable: Per-Query Metrics
Baron Schwartz
Ballroom F

Windowing functions in MySQL with InfiniDB
Dipti Joshi
Ballroom G

Partitioning: the "other" performance method
Giuseppe Maxia
Ballroom H

Birds of a Feather Sessions
6:00pm to 7:00pm

Running a successful Trove'd OpenStack installation
Michael Basnight, Amrith Kumar
Ballroom A

Percona Server and Percona XtraBackup
Alexey Kopytov, Laurynas Biveinis
Ballroom B

One year of MySQL 5.6 use in production: real life experiences
Przemysław Malkowski
Ballroom C

MySQL and Women (or where are all the women?)
Erin O'Neill
Ballroom D

Meeting MySQL Team
Dimitri KRAVTCHUK
Ballroom E

Best Practices for MySQL Data Replication
Tara Bruckert
Ballroom F

Percona Cloud Tools BoF
Daniel Nichter
Ballroom G

Extreme MySQL Performance
Tim Callaghan
Ballroom H

WebScaleSQL
Jeremy Cole, Calvin Sun, Davi Arnaut, Steaphan Greene, Ian Gulliver
Room 203

Sessions Schedule - Thursday 3 April 2014

The Evolution of MySQL in the All-Flash Datacenter
Nisha Talagala
9:00am to 9:30am

MySQL, Private Cloud Infrastructure and OpenStack
Sean Chighizola
9:35am to 10:00am

Keynote Panel: The Future of Operating MySQL at Scale
Robert Hodges, Nisha Talagala, Peter Zaitsev, Terry Erisman
10:05am to 10:50am

11:10am to 12:00pm

Visualizing MySQL Database Performance
Tim Goodaire, Tim Chadwick
Ballroom A

Fast Incremental Backups with Percona Server and Percona XtraBackup
Laurynas Biveinis
Ballroom B

Benchmarking Databases for Scale
Peter Boros, Kenny Gryp
Ballroom C

Building Data Warehouse with Hadoop and MySQL
Zburivsky Danil
Ballroom D

MySQL Query Patterns, Optimized
Bill Karwin
Ballroom E

Liquibase: Source Control For Your Schema
Nathan Voxland
Ballroom F

Sharding and Scale-out using MySQL Fabric
Mats Kindahl
Ballroom G

Automatically Deployed MySQL Geo-Clustering for Every Situation with Continuent Tungsten
Jeff Mace, Neil Armitage
Ballroom H

1:00pm to 1:50pm

A Systematic Approach to Performance
Ryan Lowe, Marcos Albe
Ballroom A

Developing MySQL Applications with Go
Baron Schwartz
Ballroom B

MySQL 5.7: Performance & Scalability Benchmarks
Dimitri KRAVTCHUK
Ballroom C

From Dolphins to Elephants: Real-Time MySQL to Hadoop Replication
MC Brown, Linas Virbalas
Ballroom D

Rick's RoTs (Rules of Thumb)
Rick James
Ballroom E

Managing MySQL using Puppet
Walter Heck
Ballroom F

Using Amazon Web Services for MySQL at Scale
Laine Campbell
Ballroom G

MariaDB: New Storage Engines
Sergei Golubchik
Ballroom H

2:00pm to 2:50pm

Performance Monitoring and Tuning MySQL at Yahoo
Ashwin Nellore, Xiang Rao
Ballroom A

Creating Geo Enabled Applications with MySQL 5.6
Alexander Rubin
Ballroom B

Architecture and Design of MySQL Powered Applications
Peter Zaitsev
Ballroom C

Use Your MySQL Knowledge to Become an Instant Cassandra Guru
Robert Hodges, Tim Callaghan
Ballroom D

Advanced search capabilities with MySQL and Sphinx
Vladimir Fedorkov, Andrew Aksyonoff
Ballroom E

ChatOps: How GitHub Manages MySQL
Sam Lambert
Ballroom F

Performance Monitoring at Scale
Yoshinori Matsunobu
Ballroom G

Destroy Your SSD Investment: A How-Not-To Guide
Doug Rollins
Ballroom H

3:30pm to 4:20pm

Monitoring IO performance using iostat and pt-diskstats
Andrew Moore, David Busby
Ballroom A

Why puppet can save your sanity
Neil Armitage
Ballroom B

RDS for MYSQL, Tips, Patterns and Common Pitfalls
Laine Campbell
Ballroom C

MySQL Security for Fun and Profit
Ernie Souhrada
Ballroom D

Improving Your Database Designs with Practical Database Theory
David Berube
Ballroom E

MySQL DevOps @ Outbrain
Shlomi Noach
Ballroom F

Small Data and MySQL
Domas Mituzas
Ballroom G

MySQL High-availability with the Percona replication Manager (PRM)
Yves Trudeau
Ballroom H

4:30pm to 5:20pm

MySQL at Twitter (Panel Q&A)
Will Gunty, Lisa Phillips, Tom Krouper, Chuck Sumner, Jonah Berquist
Ballroom A

To hire, or to train, that is the question
Geoffrey Anderson
Ballroom B

SmugMug's Database Migration to AWS
Andrew Shieh
Ballroom C

Achieving Regulatory Compliance With MySQL Audit Plugins
Jeremy Glick, Andrew Moore
Ballroom D

MariaDB Optimizer: See? No Indexes!
Sergei Golubchik, Sergei Petrunia
Ballroom E

Continuous Delivery for DBAs
Jay Edwards
Ballroom F

Is performance_schema worth the overhead?
Ike Walker
Ballroom G

Write Conflicts in Multi-Master Replication Topologies
Seppo Jaakola
Ballroom H

Community Networking Reception (in Expo Hall) MySQL Community Awards & Lightning Talks
5:30pm to 8:30pm

The bash slave-prefetch oneliner
Art van Scheppingen
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Relay Log - the Unsung Hero
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Unique User Count -- Rollup
Rick James
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Logical Backups in the Cloud
Bill Karwin
Community Networking Welcome Reception

How to Squat
Kyle Redinger
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Truncating Sub Optimal DBA Verbal Responses Vectors
David Stokes
Community Networking Welcome Reception

MySQL 5.6 Global Transaction IDs: Benefits and Limitations
Stephane Combaudon
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Zero database downtime using the Federated storage engine and Replication
prasad mani
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Scaling via adding a Table
Rick James
Community Networking Welcome Reception

No es 'ano', es 'año'! A take on encoding in your DB
Ignacio Nin
Community Networking Welcome Reception

What Not to Say to the MySQL DBA
Gillian Gunson
Community Networking Welcome Reception

"Iron DBA" - The Ultimate MySQL Replication Challenge
Lawrence Schwartz
Community Networking Welcome Reception

Sessions Schedule - Friday 4 April 2014

9 Things You Need to Know About High Availability, Manageability, and The Cloud
Peter Zaitsev
9:00am to 9:30am

OpenStack Co­Opetition, A View from Within
Boris Renski
9:35am to 10:10am

11:00am to 11:50am

Linux Internals for MySQL DBAs
Ryan Lowe, Syam Puranam
Ballroom A

Verifying MySQL Replication Integrity with pt-table-checksum
Daniel Nichter
Ballroom B

InnoDB: A hands-on exploration of on-disk storage with innodb_ruby
Jeremy Cole, Davi Arnaut
Ballroom C

Openstack Trove - Database as a Service
Vipul Sabhaya, Michael Basnight, Patrick Galbraith
Ballroom D

Handling failover with MySQL 5.6 and Global Transaction IDs
Stephane Combaudon
Ballroom E

MySQL performance on memory channel storage
Peter Boros, Bart Trojanowski
Ballroom F

Easy MySQL Replication Setup and Troubleshooting
Bob Burgess
Ballroom G

Emerging Requirements and DBMS Technologies: When Is Relational the Right Choice?
Carl Olofson
Ballroom H

12:50pm to 1:40pm

ZFS on Linux, new opportunities for MySQL
Yves Trudeau
Ballroom A

Assembling the perfect MySQL toolbox
Ike Walker
Ballroom B

XtraDB 5.6: Key Performance Algorithms
Laurynas Biveinis, Alexey Stroganov
Ballroom C

Avoiding pain when running MySQL in the cloud
Neil Armitage
Ballroom D

Global Transaction ID at Facebook
Evan Elias, Santosh Banda, Yoshinori Matsunobu
Ballroom E

Increasing MySQL Performance through Aggressive Data Archiving
David Berube
Ballroom F

MySQL 5.7 Replication: A Close Look at What is New.
Luis Soares
Ballroom G

MySql at Tumblr
Bob Patterson
Ballroom H

1:50pm to 2:40pm

R for MySQL DBAs
Ryan Lowe, Randy Wigginton
Ballroom A

Box Weather Station: Open Source tools for performance and forensic monitoring
Gavin Towey
Ballroom B

Innodb Defragmentation
Rongrong Zhong
Ballroom C

Protecting Confidential Data in MySQL
Matthew Lang
Ballroom D

Powerful ETL Through Code Generation
Patrick Coffre, Robert Morris
Ballroom E

Building globally available storage layers
Art van Scheppingen
Ballroom F

Multi master made easy : complex topologies with Tungsten Replicator
Giuseppe Maxia
Ballroom G

A SQL database that can scale from 0 to 60 nodes in under 5 seconds
Ori Herrnstadt
Ballroom H

3:00pm to 3:50pm

Configuring Percona Server for use in hosted or multi-tenant environments.
George Lorch
Ballroom A

Percona Server 5.6: Enterprise-grade MySQL
Laurynas Biveinis
Ballroom B

MariaDB for Developers
Colin Charles
Ballroom C

Scaling Twitter with MySQL
Calvin Sun, Inaam Rana, Liang Guo
Ballroom D

Fast Failover using MySQL and ZooKeeper
Sunny Gleason
Ballroom E

Under the Hood - MySQL Pool Scanner (MPS)
Shlomo Priymak
Ballroom F

F1: Google's Next Generation RDBMS
Brian Biskeborn
Ballroom G

10 Deadly Sins of MySQL Database Administration
Bill Karwin
Ballroom H

Closing Prize Drawing
4:00pm to 4:30pm

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