It’s with great pleasure that I announce that my friend and colleague, Francisco Bordenave, will be talking about MySQL Replication at 2:10pm on the 28th of June 2012. This is the 1st Latin American MySQL, NoSQL, and Cloud Conference in Buenos Aires, held at the Hilton Hotel.
Replication is at the heart of many highly available MySQL installations. Francisco will be giving an introduction to replication, the fundamentals behind the feature, and some of his tips and tricks for monitoring and troubleshooting. He will also be talking about some of the awesome features that Oracle is releasing in the next major version, 5.6.
If you use replication for your product, this is one not to miss!
There are some other great talks going on this week at the conference. If I were at the conference, I would be keen to see:
How Mozilla uses Puppet to manage MySQL – Brian Hourigan – Mozilla Foundation
Puppet remains on my list of ‘things-to-do’, so this would certainly keep me engaged. Mozilla is no stranger to larger operations, so their take on the tool should be an interesting talk.
High Availability solutions for MySQL – Massimo Brignoli – SkySQL
Highly available systems are generally important in our line of work, so some further insight from Massimo of SkySQL would be a session worth attending.
Improving Performance with Better Indexes – Ronald Bradford – MySQL Expert
I would recommend this for anyone tuning or writing SQL code. Ronald is the author of the recent Oracle Press book, “Effective MySQL Optimizing SQL Statements“. Rest assured that this is full of sound advice (from an Oracle Ace Director, no less!).
Write Optimization is the Right Read Optimization – Martin Farach Colton – Tokutek
The guys at Tokutek are doing some wonderful work on their TokuDB storage engine. Catch up with them for an explanation of fractal indexes and what their storage engine does to enhance the performance of your MySQL instances.
Not forgetting that Oursql Podcast star, Sheeri K. Cabral of Mozilla fame, is going to be presenting a session on MySQL Security at the same time as Francisco’s talk, so you can attend that if you’re a MySQL Replication guru already but want to brush up on your security fu.
If you’re attending, we hope that you have a wonderful time, and if you’re not there, make sure you catch up with all the latest news via Twitter hashtag #mysqlnosqlcloud.