As always, the MySQL, MariaDB and Friends devroom received far more high-quality submissions than we could fit in. The committee, consisting of Marco Tusa (Percona), Kenny Gryp (MySQL), Vicențiu Ciorbaru (MariaDB Foundation), Matthias Crauwels (Pythian), Giuseppe Maxia (Community), Federico Razzoli (Community) and Øystein Grøvlen (Alibaba/Community) had the task of reducing 75 submissions into the final 17.
The following sessions were selected:
|Frédéric Descamps and Ian Gilfillan
|MySQL 8 vs MariaDB 10.4
|MyRocks in the Wild Wild West!
|How Safe is Asynchronous Master-Master Setup?
|The consequences of sync_binlog != 1.
|Overview of encryption features
|Whats new in ProxySQL 2.0? – Exploring the latest
features in ProxySQL 2.0
|SELinux fun with MySQL and friends
|Matthias Crauwels & Ivan Groenewold
|Running MySQL in Kubernetes in real life
|ALTER TABLE improvements in MariaDB Server –
Optimized or instantaneous schema changes,
including ADD/DROP COLUMN
|Rewinding time with System Versioned Tables
|Knocking down the barriers of ORDER BY LIMIT
queries with MariaDB 10.5
|CPU performance analysis for MySQL using
Hot/Cold Flame Graph
|Hash Join in MySQL 8
|Comparing Hash Join solution, the good, the bad
and the worse.
|Marco (the Grinch) Tusa
|MySQL 8.0: Secure your MySQL Replication
|Automating schema migration flow with GitHub
Actions, skeema & gh-ost – And end-to-end schema
migration automation, from design to production, at
|20 mins to write a MySQL Shell Plugin – Extend the
MySQL Shell with a plugin created from scratch
All sessions will be taking place in H.2214 on Saturday 1st February. There will be five minutes for questions between each session.
Please check closer to the time for any schedule changes. Look forward to seeing you there!