(This is a cross post from percona.tv – the home of percona material in video form.) Last month I gave a presentation at the PHP UK Conference on the InnoDB storage engine.Â I was a last minute speaker, and I want to thank them for the time-slot and their hospitality at short notice.
Percona Live is in only two days away – and we’ve managed to completely sell out (something I predicted earlier).Â Before I go into details, I want to thank three sponsors who have been absolutely awesome: Clustrix is providing an open bar all evening, New Relic is providing all attendees with lunch and Fusion-io is [...]
We’re down to less than 25 tickets remaining for Percona Live.Â If you are planning on attending, it might be a good idea to purchase your ticket(s) as soon as possible – we are expecting to sell out.
We’re excited to announce that as well as Percona Live – we will also be holding an evening of Ignite talks on February 16th. For those not familiar the format, you should check out the Best of Ignite from the MySQL conference last year, as well as Baron’s What is the Difference Between XtraDB and [...]
Today we are announcing Venu Anuganti as a guest speaker to Percona Live: San Francisco. Venu works as a Data architect, evaluating and implementing high performance SQL/NoSQL data store solutions for large scale OLTP and OLAP infrastructure; and previously worked as a database kernel engineer at companies like SolidDB, MySQL, ANTs Data Server and Yahoo! [...]
Mark Callaghan has graciously accepted to be the closing keynote speaker for Percona Live: San Francisco! Mark is best known for his work behind MySQL @ Facebook, where he and his team maintain one of the largest MySQL installations around.Â They also contribute back to the community with a publicly available branch of enhancements, improved [...]
Today we’re announcing Percona Live – a one day event to be held at the Bently Reserve on February 16th in San Francisco.Â Live is our way of showcasing some of the awesome work that has been going into MySQL recently – and the theme of this event is Beyond MySQL 5.1. Our first guest [...]
Inspired by Baron’s earlier post, here is one I hear quite frequently – “If you enable innodb_file_per_table, each table is it’s own .ibd file.Â You can then relocate the heavy hit tables to a different location and create symlinks to the original location.” There are a few things wrong with this advice:
For those that missed it – last week we added training in Frankfurt and London to our website.Â This includes our new Operations Training announced in September. (While in Europe, we’d love to speak at your meetup group on Percona Server and/or MySQL Optimization.Â If you’re a meetup organizer in London or Paris, please feel [...]
We’ve just published the recordings for our webinars; Migrating MyISAM to InnoDB and Introduction to Percona Server, XtraDB and Xtrabackup.Â To listen, click on (Watch: Recorded Webinar) on each of these links. We’re planning for future webinars next year.Â If you have any suggestions, feel free to leave a comment.