The MySQL, MariaDB and Friends devroom was once again flooded with submissions. The committee, consisting of community members Daniël van Eeden, Art van Scheppingen, Giuseppe Maxia and Aurélien Lequoy, as well as Tom de Cooman for Percona, Vicentiu Ciorbaru for MariaDB and Nuno Carvalho for MySQL/Oracle, had the difficult job of whittling down 67 submissions into the final 17.
The following sessions were selected:
|Frédéric Descamps and Ian Gilfillan
|Patterns and anti-patterns in OSS participation – Lessons from MySQL AB, the MariaDB Foundation, and others
|Making Your MySQL Replication Setup Run Faster!
|The consequences of sync_binlog != 1
|MySQL Replication – Advanced Features
|Tapping Into the Binary Log Change Stream
|The art of multiplexing MySQL connections with ProxySQL
|Improve your SQL – Common Table Expressions (CTE) and Window Functions
|LATERAL derived table in MySQL
|Norvald H. Ryeng
|Test complex database systems in a laptop with dbdeployer – The friendly tool that makes DBA and developers life easy
|MariaDB and MySQL – what statistics optimizer needs – or when and how not to use indexes
|MySQL and the CAP theorem: relevance & misconceptions – Dissecting, affirming and refuting CAP assumptions in real production systems
|How to create a useful MySQL bug report – …and make sure it’s properly processed
|How Online Backup works in MyRocks and RocksDB
|TiDB: Distributed, horizontally scalable, MySQL compatible
|MySQL Performance Schema in 20 Minutes
|MySQL 8.0 Component Infrastructure – Why, what’s there, what’s next and how to use it
|MySQL 8.0 Document Store: How to Mix NoSQL & SQL in MySQL 8.0 – a database where developers and DBAs live in peace
All session will be taking place in H.1308, Rolin (to be confirmed) on Saturday 2 February. Please check closer to the time for any schedule changes. Look forward to seeing you there!