Find the Palomino Team at an event near you in 2013!
- NY’s Effective MYSQL Group, March 2013
- NYC* Tech Day – March 2013
- Percona Live Santa Clara April, 2013
- PGCon May 2013
- Velocity June 2013
As New York’s only active MYSQL meetup group, NY Effective MYSQL states its purpose is to share practical education for MySQL DBAs, Developers and Architects. At their next meeting on March 12 at 6:30 PM, Laine Campbell, CEO & Principal of PalominoDB, will be the evening’s presenter and her topic will be “RDS Pitfalls. Ways it’s going to screw you. (And not in the nice way)” Speaking from her own experience, Laine will explain the Amazon RDS offering, it’s patterns and anti-patterns, and it’s gotchas and idiosyncrasies.
Join NYC* Tech Day and take a deep dive into Apache Cassandra™, the massively scalable NoSQL database! This two-track event will feature over 14 interactive sessions, delivered by Apache Cassandra experts. Come see our CTO Jay Edwards at the Meet the Experts area. Or just drop by our table and talk to Jay and PDB staff.
PalominoDB will once again host a booth at this year’s Percona Live event. With 110 sessions and over 90 speakers, Percona promises to a fantastic event that you might not want to miss! This year several of Palomino’s own will be presenters. Read on….
In order of their appearance:
On the first day of the conference, April 22nd, Rene Cannao will kick off a full day tutorial beginning at 9:30 AM with part 1 of Ramp-Tutorial for MYSQL Cluster – Scaling with Continuous Availability. After a lunch break, Rene will continue Part 2 beginning at 1:30. Rene, a Senior Operational DBA at Palomino, will guide attendees through a hands-on experience in the installation, configuration management and tuning of MySQL Cluster.
Also on April 22nd from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Jay Edwards and Ben Black will be making an in-depth tutorial: MYSQL Patterns in Amazon – Make the Cloud Work For You. Jay and Ben will show you how to build your MySQL environment in the cloud — how to maintain it — how to grow it — and how to deal with failure. You may want to get there early to be sure you get a seat! Want more info on this hot topic? Check out more on this topic.
Meet our European Team lead, Vladimir Fedorkov on April 23rd at 2:20 PM where his topic will be MYSQL Query Anti-Patterns That Can Be Moved to Sphinx. Vlad will be discussing how to handle query bottlenecks that can result from increases in dataset and traffic. Click here to find out more.
Also on the 23rd, at 4:50 PM, Ben Black will be back to speak onMySQL Administration in Amazon RDS. This should be a great session for those attendees new to this this tool, as Ben will cover common tasks in RDS and gotchas for DBA’s that are new to RDS. Check out more on this topic.
On April 24th at 1PM Mark Filipi will present Maximizing SQL Reviews and Tuning with pt-query-digest. pt-query-digest is one of the more valuable components of the Percona Toolkit, and as one of our operational DBAs, Mark will be approaching his topic with an eye to real world experiences. Read more about it by following this link.
Also on the 24th at 1:50 PM, Ben Black and David Turner will tag-team the topic Online Schema Changes for Maximizing Uptime. Together they will cover common operations implemented in production and how you can minimize downtime and customer impact. Here’s a link for more info on this.
One of our Operational Database Administrators, Emanuel Calvo,will be a presenter at PGCON 2013 Postgre SQL Conference on May 23, 2013 at 1 PM. His topic will be Sphinx and Postgres – Full Text Search extension. Emanuel will be discussing how to integrate these two tools for optimum performance and reliability. Want to learn more about Emanuel and the conference? Click Here
Velocity 2013 will be held in Santa Clara from June 18 through the 20th. Organizers tout this event as “the best place on the planet for web ops and performance professionals like you to learn from your peers, exchange ideas with experts, and share best practices and lessons learned.” Palomino’s Laine Campbell and Jay Edwards will both be presenters on the conference’s opening day, June 18th.
Laine Campbell, PalominoDB’s CEO, will be offering Using Amazon Web Services for MySQL at Scale on Tuesday, June 18 at 1:30 PM. The session promises “a deep dive into the AWS offerings for running MySQL at scale.” Laine will guide attendees through various options for running MySQL at high volumes at Amazon Web Services. More on this Laine’s presentation is available through this link.
Later that same day at 3:30 PM, Jay Edwards, Palomino’s CTO,will present Managing PostgreSQL with Ansible in EC2. He will discuss how and why Ansible is a next generation configuration management system that includes deployment and ad hoc support as well. Find out more on Jay’s topic and presentation here.
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