Database Performance Matters!
It’s a wrap!
Over 400 attendees from around the world gathered for the Percona Live Open Source Database Conference in Amsterdam to hear speakers present on MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL and other open source databases. The in depth content of the presentations combined with the many fun networking opportunities gave attendees many reasons to rave about the event. A huge thank you to our top sponsors, Booking.com, Red Hat and RocksDB for helping make this event possible along with all our other sponsors. Save the date for Percona Live Europe being held in DUBLIN next year, September 25th-27th.
The Percona Live Open Source Database Conference is the premier event for the diverse and active open source database community, as well as businesses that develop and use open source database software. The conferences have a technical focus with an emphasis on the core topics of MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL and other open source databases. Tackling subjects such as analytics, architecture and design, security, operations, scalability and performance, Percona Live provides in-depth discussions for your high-availability, IoT, cloud, big data and other changing business needs. This conference is an opportunity to network with peers and technology professionals by bringing together accomplished DBA’s, system architects and developers from around the world to share their knowledge and experience – all to help you learn how to tackle your open source database challenges in a whole new way
This conference has something for everyone!
This year’s conference will feature one day of tutorials and two days of keynote talks and breakout sessions related to open source databases and software. Attendees get briefed on the hottest topics, learn about building and maintaining high-performing deployments and hear from top industry leaders.
The Percona Live Europe Open Source Database Conference is October 3-5 at the Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre. .
*We realize this event falls during Rosh Hashanah. Unfortunately, it was unavoidable. In the spirit of the Rosh Hashanah holiday, we'd like to ask forgiveness if this causes any inconvenience. L'Shanah Tovah!