MySQL Innovation Day — live or webcast


MySQL Innovation Day is June 5th and you should attend in you are in the vicinity of Redwood Shores, California. But if you are not in the area, you can catch the live webcast. By the way, did I mention this is all free!

Agenda
9:00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction
9:10 a.m. Keynote: What’s New and Cool in MySQL
9:40 a.m.

Lightning Talks

Better Availability with InnoDB Online Operations

Calvin Sun, Sr. Development Manager for InnoDB, Oracle

MySQL Replication HA: Global Transaction IDs for Failover & Self Healing

Lars Thalmann, Director of MySQL Replication, Backup and Connector Development, Oracle
Luis Soares, Sr. Software Engineer, MySQL Replication, Oracle

Pinterest: Growing from 0 to Billions of Page Views per Month in a Year on MySQL

Marty Weiner, Software Architect and Engineer, Pinterest
Yashwanth Nelapati, Software Architect and Engineer, Pinterest

10:30 a.m. Break
10:50 a.m.

Lightning Talks

Overview of New Optimizer Features in MySQL 5.6

Manyi Lu, Sr. Engineering Manager, MySQL Optimizer, Oracle

MySQL 5.6 Performance Schema

Chris Powers, Principal MySQL Software Developer, Oracle

MySQL Cluster: What’s New, What’s Coming

Bernd Ocklin, Director of MySQL Cluster Engineering, Oracle

Best of Both Worlds: NoSQL Access to MySQL

Bernd Ocklin, Director of MySQL Cluster Engineering, Oracle
John David Duncan, Sr. Software Developer, MySQL Cluster, Oracle

MySQL Master Failover Solution

Matsunobu Yoshinori, Database Engineer, Facebook

* Agenda subject to change

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