• MariaDB New York Roadshow
    Leading open source database MariaDB will be hosting a roadshow event in New York to showcase its latest solutions and capabilities, and share best practices and real-world use cases for enabling mission-critical performance, security and analytics. This complimentary day-long event will feature MariaDB experts leading content-rich sessions on modern application development, effective high availability strategies, performance tuning tips, security optimization, scalable analytics, and an open forum on containerization. Attendees will: See the latest MariaDB product features and real-world use cases Learn how to take advantage of the flexibility of schemaless data structures and explore advanced SQL-techniques with MariaDB Identify various high availability, deployment and containerization options Learn how to confidently secure data with MariaDB AX Interact and network with MariaDB experts and users To view the full agenda and register to attend, visit: https://mariadb.com/roadshow#newyork­ Event Link: https://mariadb.com/roadshow#newyork­


    303 Spring Street · New York, NY

  • NYC Oracle MySQL 8.0 Appreciation Night
    To celebrate the release of Oracle MySQL 8.0, you are invited to the Oracle MySQL Appreciation Night! You must register at https://eventreg.oracle.com/profile/web/index.cfm?PKwebID=0x554269abcd&source=MSQL180501P00027:se:eo:ie:pt:SEO100712970&evite=MSQL180501P00027:se:eo:ie:pt:SEO100712970

    Bookmark Rooftop Lounge 14th Floor of The Library Hotel

    Corner Madison Avenue and East 41st · New York, NY

  • MariaDB 18 User Conference
    • What we'll do MariaDB is hosting its second annual user conference, M|18, in Tribeca next month – Feb. 26 & 27. This local show is an easy and fun way to learn more about the fastest growing open source database and hang out with MariaDB experts, including the engineers who build the MariaDB software itself. • What to bring • Important to know See the mailing list for a special promo code for first 50 to register

    Conrad New York

    102 North End Avenue · New York City, NY

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  • Oracle MySQL Innovation Day
    For registrations goto http://www.oracle.com/us/dm/seo100651688-na-us-ip-ce1-ie1a-ev-3877757.html You're Invited to Oracle MySQL Innovation Day! Join us to hear directly from MySQL’s lead engineers about MySQL’s latest advances and road map, which were developed with two goals in mind: to help you solve real-world challenges and innovate to get ahead. You’ll get a view of our strategic direction,into specific capabilities, their use cases, and benefits in our interactive sessions. Register for this no-cost event to: Learn about MySQL’s advances and what’s ahead from Oracle MySQL’s leading engineers.Discover new solutions and ways to sharpen your competitive edge.Ask questions and engage in discussions with MySQL experts. We look forward to seeing you there! Agenda 8:00am – 9:00am Registration & Breakfast 9:00am – 9:15am Keynote: MySQL | State of the Dolphin Tomas Ulin, Vice President MySQL Engineering 9:15am – 10:00am MySQL 8.0: What’s New Morgan Tocker, MySQL Senior Product Manager 10:00am – 10:45am MySQL 8.0: CTEs & Window Functions Manyi Lu, Director Software Development MySQL Optimizer Team 10:45am – 11:00am Morning Break 11:00am – 11:45am Developing Next Generation Applications for Web & Mobile Morgan Tocker, MySQL Senior Product Manager 11:45am – 12:30pm MySQL Enterprise Security Mike Frank, MySQL Product Management Director 12:30pm – 1:30pm Lunch 1:30pm – 2:15pm MySQL Replication Luis Soares, Principal Software Engineer 2:15pm – 3:00pm MySQL InnoDB Cluster Matt Lord, MySQL Senior Product Manager 3:00pm – 3:45pm MySQL Performance Tuning Manyi Lu, Director Software Development MySQL Optimizer Team

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    Convene Conference Center

    32 Old Slip · New York, NY

  • How we use MySQL today?
    Come all and hear from six great speakers who will be describing how they use MySQL today with clients and customers. • Peter Zaitsev (Percona) - MariaDB Server Monitoring with Percona Monitoring and Management • Luisa Raviol (MariaDB Corporation) - How big enterprises are setting up their DBaaS based on MariaDB • Colin Charles (Percona) - The Proxy Wars - MySQL Router, ProxySQL, MariaDB MaxScale, and others • Sveta Smirnova (Percona) - Managing MariaDB Server operations with Percona Toolkit • Ronald Bradford (Pythian) - A TokuDB migration story • Wagner Bianchi (MariaDB) - Scaling MariaDB w/ MaxScale I apologize that this date coincides with the first night of Passover Seder. Unfortunately this date is aligned with the M|17 NYC event. Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentations 8:00pm Q&A 8:30pm wrap-up RSVP's will close one day before the event to finalize names for the event space.

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    1115 Broadway · New York, NY

  • Always On, Without Fail: MySQL Group Replication
    MySQL Group Replication (GR) is now Generally Available (GA) in MySQL[masked]. Matt Lord will be giving us all the details from configuration, ease of setup, operation and management of MySQL GR as well as talking about the features of MySQL InnoDB Cluster. If you have been following any of the great tutorials by Frederic Descamps at Percona Live and Oracle Open World you will see MySQL GR is the highly available synchronous solution for using InnoDB in MySQL. Find more information on the release at http://mysqlhighavailability.com/mysql-group-replication-its-in-5-7-17-ga/ Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentation 7:30pm Q&A 8:00pm wrap-up RSVP's will close one day before the event to finalize names for the event space. About the Author Matt Lord is a Senior Product Manager in the MySQL group at Oracle. He has over 20 years of database and application development experience with MySQL, Oracle, and Sybase using a wide array of programming languages in a variety of UNIX and MS Windows based environments. He has spent the last 13 years working for MySQL, the first year in the Training department and the subsequent 9 years within the Support team, before finally moving to Product Management where one of his primary focuses today is on making MySQL a natively distributed and highly available database that's easy to operate at scale

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    120 Park Avenue · New York, NY

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  • MyRocks: Space and write optimized MySQL database at Facebook
    In December we have special guest speaker Yoshinori Matsunobu from Facebook who is going to talk to us about MyRocks. Thanks to Work-Bench for providing the event space for this presentation. Facebook created and open-sourced a next generation OLTP SQL database on modern Flash storage called MyRocks -- RocksDB storage engine for MySQL. Facebook has used MySQL (InnoDB) for many years, and InnoDB is a great general purpose database and in many cases is the best fit. Facebook wanted more space to write optimized databases that work more efficiently on Flash. There was room to write optimized NoSQL databases outside of MySQL ecosystem, but the company wanted to utilize existing MySQL assets like client programs relying on SQL and MySQL connectors, Replication, and administration tools. To meet these requirements, it created a new MySQL storage engine on top of RocksDB ( http://rocksdb.org/ ) -- MyRocks ( https://github.com/facebook/mysql-5.6 ). In this session, the speaker will introduce MyRocks, its architecture, and how Facebook is using MyRocks in production. Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentation 7:30pm Q&A 8:00pm wrap-up RSVP's will close one day before the event to finalize names for the event space. About the speaker Yoshinori Matsunobu is a Production Engineer at Facebook, and now is leading MyRocks project. Yoshinori has been around MyRocks community for over 10 years, and was a senior consultant at MySQL Inc since 2006 to 2010. Yoshinori created a couple of useful open source product/tools, including MHA (automated MySQL master failover tool) and quickstack.


    110 Fifth Avenue, Fifth Floor · New York, NY

  • MySQL Replication Smackdown
    Async, semi, and sync replication jump into the rink for your data management. Who wins? The answer depends greatly on many different factors including: • your availability needs • your infrastructure • your technical resources • ease of use • tools • legacy systems In this presentation we configure all types of replication to show what is involved. We will look at the impact to the application developer in choosing, supporting or switching types. We will look at the operations and administration impact to evaluate the full cost of supporting different types in your organization. We will review all three options for geographically redundant HA cloud provider solutions. This is becoming the minimum standard for all applications. This presentation will also discuss the three types of synchronous replication now possible. Galera, MySQL cluster and the labs group replication to define the features and stability of each. Finally we will survey the landscape of the various open source tools that can manage and visualize your MySQL topology. Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentation 7:30pm Q&A 8:00pm wrapup About the speaker Ronald has over 25 years of professional RDBMS experience in MySQL, Oracle, and Ingres. His expertise covers MySQL, LAMP and cloud-based consulting in architecture, performance, scalability and business continuity. Ronald is a former employee of the MySQL Inc consulting team (06-08) and Oracle Corporation (96-99). He has currently published 4 books on MySQL, his most recent titles available from Oracle Press include Effective MySQL: Optimizing SQL Statements, Effective MySQL: Backup & Recovery and Effective MySQL: Replication Techniques in Depth.

    Grovo Learning Inc.

    3 Park Avenue, 30th floor · New York, NY

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  • MySQL Role-Based Security, Data Masking and Auditing
    MySQL lacks role-based security, users must be managed individually. This tends to make MySQL security administration complex, time-consuming and prone to error. This presentation discusses using Hexatier to implement and manage true role-based security in MySQL resulting in simplified user management, consistency and auditability. Additionally Hexatier is being used to mask data from internal users. Individual columns have been completely masked or partially de-identified in a variety of ways, depending on the user’s role. Full statement auditing has also been put into place. Examples will be shared on a live Hexatier platform, demonstrating how users can be moved between roles and data masking changed "on the fly Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentation from our guest speaker Scott Unrick 7:30pm Q&A 8:00pm wrapup About the speaker Scott Uhrick has 22 years of experience as an Oracle DBA, mostly in large corporations. Two years ago an opportunity to work with MySQL in a young organization presented itself and he is currently enjoying working as a Lead DBA with Teladoc, the nation’s #1 provider of virtual medical consultations.

    Grovo Learning Inc.

    3 Park Avenue, 30th floor · New York, NY

  • Lessons from database failures
    It is important to learn from failures at scale. When it comes to High Availability, people not only think about failover, they also think about geographical redundancy and the use of multiple data centres. In a case study format, find out why automatic failover may or may not be the best for you, learn how others do it, and figure out how improvements in the MySQL ecosystem like semi-synchronous replication helps you grow. What about backups? A case study even cites how a site went out of business by not doing backups properly. Security is another hot topic where there is plenty that can go wrong. He recently gave this presentation as a keynote to https://rootconf.in/2016/ Agenda 6:15pm Meet and greet 6:30pm Presentation from our guest speaker 7:30pm Q&A 8:00pm wrapup About the speaker Colin Charles works on the MariaDB Server at MariaDB Corporation. He has been the Chief Evangelist for MariaDB since 2009, with work ranging from speaking engagements to consultancy and engineering works around MariaDB. He lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and had worked at MySQL since 2005, and been a MySQL user since 2000. Before joining MySQL, he worked actively on the Fedora and OpenOffice.org projects.

    Grovo Learning Inc.

    3 Park Avenue, 30th floor · New York, NY