Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

For those of you lucky enough to come and listen to all the great talks within the MySQL Central @ Oracle OpenWorld this year, I’ll also be giving a talk about the MySQL sys schema this year.

This builds upon the talks that I’ve given in the past around Performance Schema, as well as some of the great looking talks on Performance Schema that are on the schedule this year by other MySQL @ Oracle engineers (see below).

The schedule builder is now live, here are some of the other interesting ones on my list that I’d like to attend:

And of course, if you’re in to monitoring as much as me (and why wouldn’t you be?), be sure to check these out:

Hope to see you there – come find me, and lets have a beverage of your choice together!

1 thought on “Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2014”

  1. The Yahoo session was woefully bad. It was a short 15 minute presentation – talking about a tool that will never be open-sourced (the presenter even mentioned it’s not in their priority list and may never happen).

    Also, it’s only non-Oracle session that didn’t have their slides posted on the OOW site.

    Also, there was supposed to be a live demo – but there wasn’t one. What a waste of time. There were so many other interesting sessions during that timeslot.

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