Schedule: MySQL Cluster and High Availability sessions

Location: Ballroom C Level: Intermediate
Stewart Smith (Percona)
Average rating: ****.
(4.29, 7 ratings)
A hands-on MySQL Cluster tutorial. We'll be using the latest MySQL Cluster version and we'll be installing and using it on your laptop. All hands on, so you really learn (it's not just a long talk). Read more.
Location: Ballroom G Level: Intermediate
MC Brown (Sun Microsystems)
Average rating: ***..
(3.17, 6 ratings)
There are many different ways of scaling up and scaling out using MySQL. You can take advantage of replication, DRBD, memcached, MySQL Proxy and many other solutions. This tutorial will take you through all of these solutions and their combinations to increase your database throughput. Read more.
Location: Ballroom H Level: Intermediate
Sheeri K. Cabral (Mozilla Foundation), Patrick Galbraith (Hewlett Packard)
Average rating: ***..
(3.29, 7 ratings)
You don't have to read source code -- understanding how MySQL works can be achieved through the system data. Learn a wide range of topics in this 3-hour tutorial, and leave armed with tons of knowledge about how MySQL 5.0, 5.1 and 6.0 work. You will take home a healthy understanding of performance tuning, storage engines, replication and many tips and tricks to help you be a better DBA. Read more.
Location: Ballroom E Level: Intermediate
Stewart Smith (Percona)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
With MySQL Cluster 6.4, we introduce support for the Microsoft Windows platform. This session covers: introduction to MySQL Cluster, getting started with Cluster on Windows and differences between Linux and Windows versions. Read more.
Location: Ballroom A Level: Novice
Johan Andersson (SUN MySQL)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
In blazing speed we will cover the most important features on MYSQL Cluster 7.0: online add node, multi-threading of the data node and a bunch of other features that pushes the limits of MySQL Cluster even further. A demo will be made showing how to add a node. Read more.
Location: Ballroom A Level: Expert
Monty Taylor (HP), Jess Balint (Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
MySQL Cluster is unique among the selection of MySQL storage engines in that's not exclusively dependent on a MySQL server. The result is that a cluster can be accessed just as any other MySQL database or directly with the native NDB API. This session will cover application development with MySQL Cluster and Java using NDB/J. Read more.
Location: Ballroom F Level: Intermediate
Jorge Bernal (Warp Networks), Victor Jimenez (Warp Networks)
Testing a complex system like MySQL cluster is always difficult. In this session we'll show the ANSTE testing framework and how it can help a project like MySQL do exhaustive testing. Read more.
Location: Ballroom A Level: Intermediate
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 4 ratings)
Every database conference has to have some sort of loon standing up telling everyone that the main thing everyone has that ties them all together is total crap. This time, I'd like that loon to be me! So bring rotten fruits to throw. Read more.
Location: Ballroom G Level: Intermediate
Detlef Ulherr (Sun Microsystems GmbH)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
This proposal is to highlight the integration of Open HA Cluster and MySQL. I will cover the various aspects of high availability and business continuity. In addition to the current features, the roadmap of Open HA Cluster will be discussed. There is a large focus on the integration with MySQL replication and MySQL cluster. Read more.
Location: Ballroom F Level: Novice
Robert Krzykawski (Marin Software), Anders Karlsson (Recorded Future)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 2 ratings)
MySQL is a great DBMS with a vast feature set. It is lightweight and easy to use "out of the box". What it lacks is a good High-Availability (HA) solution though. There are different approaches to create a HA environment - Depending on software setup and application preferences. This talk will cover everything from pros and cons of different solutions to real world experiences. Read more.
Location: Ballroom B Level: Intermediate
Johan Andersson (SUN MySQL), Howard Chu (Symas Corporation)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
In this session we present OpenLDAP/back-ndb which gives an LDAP interface to MySQL Cluster. The LDAP interface on Cluster offers some nice ways of scaling out, as well fantastic performance, and we discuss how this is done. Moreover, it is possible to simultaneously access the LDAP data using e.g SQL! A short demo will be given. Read more.
Location: Ballroom H Level: Intermediate
Florian Haas (LINBIT Information Technologies GmbH), Joachim Worringen (Dolphin Interconnect Solutions)
An updated overview of MySQL High Availability deployment options with DRBD. Covers DRBD for low-latency workloads (leveraging Dolphin Express interconnect technology), four-way replicated storage redundancy, end-to-end replication integrity checking, and more. Read more.

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  • Infobright, Inc
  • JasperSoft
  • Intel
  • Advanced Micro Devices
  • BIRT Exchange by Actuate
  • Calpont
  • Canonical
  • Continuent
  • Dolphin Interconnect Solutions
  • Facebook
  • HiT Software, Inc.
  • IBM
  • iDashboards
  • Oracle
  • Pentaho
  • R1Soft
  • Schooner Information Technology
  • SQLstream
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  • Zmanda, Inc.
  • Linux Journal

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