Percona Live: Open Source Database Performance Conference - Amsterdam 2016 Logo

October 3-5, 2016

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Jan Kneschke


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Jan Kneschke

Architect at MySQL, Oracle


Biography:

Architect at MySQL, takes care of smooth interactions between the components of the MySQL Document Store since its very first days. Over the last decade he was a founding member of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor for which he designed and maintained core components, started the open-source MySQL Proxy and took care of the documentation of the MySQL Client/Server Protocol. In his previous life wrote lighttpd, a open-source, fast, event-driven, non-blocking network I/O based HTTP server.


Sessions

4 October 4:20 PM - 5:10 PM at Zürich 1
Starting with MySQL 5.7 it is now possible to use MySQL as a schemaless Document Store. In addition, using the new X DevAPI it is possible to work with Documents via either a CRUD interface or a traditional SQL interface. This presentation will describe the key concepts of the Document Store, including collections, X DevAPI and advances in the new X Protocol.