Last day of Oracle Open World ends with six sessions


This has been an amazing week in San Francisco with 45,000 new friends. The MySQL tracks have been warmly received by both the MySQL core in attendance and the Oracle family with its many branches. A special thanks to Sheeri Cabral and Sarah Novotny for their organization of two tracks of Community session on Sunday and their great presentations in the MySQL Database track. It has been a long week filled with all technical levels of presentations, product announcements, and meeting a lot of folks who use MySQL but are just joining our community.

So we start off Thursday with two sessions: NoSQL Interfaces to MySQL Cluster in Goldengate C1 at 9AM and What Causes Downtime in MySQL, and How Can You Prevent It next door at Goldengate C2 (all sessions in the Marriott)

Then we have the following in C2: MySQL Crash Course: Overview of Basic MySQL Concepts at 10:30, MySQL Server Performance Tuning 101 at noon, Cloud Computing Solutions for MySQL at 1:30P, and we finish with MySQL Efficiency on NetApp at 4PM

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