Percona Live is a community-focused event for database developers, administrators, and decision-makers to network with peers and technology professionals. Come learn from the best and brightest of the open source database community as they share their knowledge, experience, and use cases with you in small group sessions and tutorials.



Why Public Database as a Service is Prime for Open Source Distribution

by Peter Zaitsev Percona

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The Democratization of Databases

by Bruce Momjian

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The Technological Response to a Global Pandemic

by Karen Ambrose

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The Cloud is Inevitable

by Sugu Sougoumarane

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Organizing for your Ethical Principles

by Liz Fong Jones Emily Gorcenski

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A Look at the Elephant's Trunk PostgreSQL 13

by Magnus Hagander

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The State of MongoDB, Its Open Source Community, and Where Percona Is Going With It

by Kimberly Wilkins Percona

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The State of the Dolphin

by Frederic Descamps

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Engineering Data Reliably Using SLO Theory

by Emily Gorcenski

Revision Control for Structured Data

by Gavin Mendel-Gleason

What if we could use Machine Learning models as tables?

by Jorge Torres

Mastering Open Source Data Governance

by Elisha Chitsenga

How can databases capitalize on Computational Storage

by Tong Zhang & JB Baker

NoSQL Endgame

by Werner Keil & Thodoris Bais

Availability and Performance Tradeoffs in Global Database Deployments

by Kevin Jernigan

Full Observability for Application Monitoring

by Markus Strauss

Power Hour, Managing Databases at scale

by Peter Zaitsev

Power Hour, Managing Databases at scale

by Bala Kuchibhotla

Power Hour, Managing Databases at scale

by Sirish Chandrasekaran

The "411" on PMM

by Brandon Fleisher & Steve Hoffman

Analytical Queries in MySQL

by Øystein Grøvlen

How to Avoid Pitfalls in Schema Upgrade with Percona XtraDB Cluster

by Sveta Smirnova

From Containers to Kubernetes Operators

by Phillip Krenn

MySQL Ecosystem on ARM

by Krunal Bauskar

How Does Geo-replication Work in TiDB

by Jay Lee

SQL row store vs data warehouse: which is right for your application?

by Robert Hodges

Introducing Kunlun Distributed Database Cluster

by David Zhao

How to Protect the SQL Engine from Running Out of Memory

by Huaiyu Xu & Song Gao

pg_stat_monitor: A cool extension for better monitoring using PMM

by Ibrar Ahmed & Nurlan Moldomurov

PostgreSQL WAL and Commit Sychrnonization, Optimization opportunities

by Jobin Augustine

MariaDB 10.5 New Features for Troubleshooting

by Valerii Kravchuk

Boosting MySQL performance

by Jose Luis Martinez Torres

Best practice in design and implementing MySQL geographic distributed High Availability solutions

by Marco Tusa

Vitess online schema migration automation

by Shlomi Noach

Security and traceability on distributed database systems

by Julien Riou

dbdeployer, the community edition

by Giuseppe Maxia

SELinux fun with MySQL and friends

by Mattias Crauwels

Serverless Databases: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

by Renato Losio

MySQL 8.0 Document Store - Discovery of a new world

by Frederic Descamps

Using MongoDB with Kafka - Use Cases and Best Practices

by Antonios Giannopoulos & Pedro Albuquerque

DIY DBaaS with Percona Kubernetes Operators

by Vadim Tkanchenko

In and out of the weeds with MongoDB 4.4 Hedged Reads

by Kimberley Wilkins

Sharding: DIY or out of the box solution?

by Art van Scheppingen

The State of ProxySQL, 2020 Edition

by Rene Cannao

Between toothpicks and steel: Scaling for real people

by Kyle Davis

Building Data Lake with MariaDB ColumnStore

by Sasha Vaniachine

Achieving PCI compliance with Percona Server for MongoDB, or getting as close as possible

by Brian Walters & Travis Futas

Advanced optimization and troubleshooting MySQL using PMM 2

by Peter Zaitsev

Panel: running Databases in Containers

by Multiple presenters

Soar Higher With MariaDB SkySQL - The Ultimate MariaDB Cloud

by Manjot Singh & Tim Yim

Databases on Kubernetes

by Rick Vasquez

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Tuesday, October 20, 2020 to Thursday, October 22, 2020
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