As you might have seen Innodb Plugin 1.0.4 was released today. I am very excited to see this release which is released exactly 5 months after release of Innodb Plugin 1.0.3 (I honestly expected to see Innodb Plugin 1.0.4 to be released by MySQL Conference and Expo in April). This also is still “early adopter” [...]
Talks are great. I however very much like discussion and opinion share atmosphere of the Birds of a Feather sessions so we host/co-host number of BOFs at the comming OSCON conference. Future of MySQL Forks, Branches and Patches I guess is the topic a lot of us are interested in. Monty was going to Show [...]
I have not got a chance to have a standard session on Velocity Conference this year, However I’m hosting the BOF. Bring your flash, IO Performance, and general performance stories and questions if you have any. I also plan to attend the conference afternoon on Monday and mid day on Tuesday.
MySQL 5.4 comes with Innodb engine which seems to have much better performance than MySQL 5.0 – this is due to locking and IO patches from Google integrated in this release (which are similar to appropriate Percona patches) as well as some unique fixes such as different innodb_thread_concurrency handling and other optimization. Should we take [...]
The 2009 Percona Performance Conference finished up last week, and was overall a resounding success. Thanks to all of the speakers, O’Reilly, and Sun/MySQL for help making it happen! Most slides have been uploaded; look for the stragglers over the next couple of days.
The schedule for the 2009 Percona Performance Conference has been released. Take a look, see what interests you, and (optionally) register to come. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Even though we haven’t yet gotten a schedule online, we’re still accepting proposals for the Percona Performance Conference. As a teaser, let me just share one accepted proposal with you: Cary Millsap. If you are even vaguely involved with Oracle, you should know who he is. He is one of the world’s foremost authorities on [...]
…any sessions this year; Peter, Vadim, and the rest of us at Percona submitted over a dozen session proposals, which were initially declined. As …Cabral is organizing.
That’s the back story — now on to the Percona Performance Conference! This is not “another MySQL conference.” It’s a performance…to Santa Clara.
We will not be the only ones speaking at Percona Performance Conference; other experts will join us in making presentations too. …to propose a session, please do so through the Percona Performance Conference website.
The Percona team looks forward to greeting you face to face …