Posts Tagged ‘Percona Live Europe’

Writing on the Percona blog, upcoming appearances

I’ve started a column at the Percona Database Performance Blog, and some recent posts (I don’t plan to record all this; I might just upload the pre-edited Markdown to Github at some stage):

Watch that blog every Friday.

I also have some upcoming appearances and I look forward to meeting you there:

CFP for Percona Live Europe Dublin 2017 closes July 17 2017!

I’ve always enjoyed the Percona Live Europe events, because I consider them to be a lot more intimate than the event in Santa Clara. It started in London, had a smashing success last year in Amsterdam (conference sold out), and by design the travelling conference is now in Dublin from September 25-27 2017.

So what are you waiting for when it comes to submitting to Percona Live Europe Dublin 2017? Call for presentations close on July 17 2017, the conference has a pretty diverse topic structure (MySQL [and its diverse ecosystem including MariaDB Server naturally], MongoDB and other open source databases including PostgreSQL, time series stores, and more).

And I think we also have a pretty diverse conference committee in terms of expertise. You can also register now. Early bird registration ends August 8 2017.

I look forward to seeing you in Dublin, so we can share a pint of Guinness. Sláinte.

Percona Live Europe Amsterdam PostgreSQL Day

This is my very first post on Planet PostgreSQL, so thank you for having me here! I’m not sure if you’re aware, but the PostgreSQL Events page lists the conference as something that should be of interest to PostgreSQL users and developers.

There is a PostgreSQL Day on October 4 2016 in Amsterdam, and if you’re planning on just attending a single day, use code PostgreSQLRocks and it will only cost €200+VAT.

I for one am excited to see Patroni: PostgreSQL High Availability made easy, Relational Databases at Uber: MySQL & Postgres, and Linux tuning to improve PostgreSQL performance: from hardware to postgresql.conf.

I’ll write notes here, if time permits we’ll do a database hackers lunch gathering (its good to mingle with everyone), and I reckon if you’re coming for PostgreSQL day, don’t forget to also signup to the Community Dinner at Booking.com.


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