On Percona Live! Amsterdam 2015 we had a talk with Peter Boros about GTID replication.
Here are the slides.
Well, it was ended a week ago, but I had too many errands to run so I couldn’t post anything about it.
It was really great, again.This was the third time I attended (2013 London, 2015 Santa Clara) so now I have met with a lot of familiar people – it is true that MySQL has a great community. The chosen city was great, Amsterdam is one of the coolest places in Europe, the hotel was neat, and the programs were also astounding.
The conference sessions were great too, I really enjoyed, them all, and because they are running on 8 thread parallel it is not that bad that there are some recurring sessions; if you missed one in spring you can watch it on autumn.
So, everything was comfy and neat. I hope I’ll attend on the next one too …
There were a few topics where I plan to dig deeper in the next weeks
So far I was blogging on Kinja but I’ve decided that I move my blog content to an own domain, and a WordPress blog.
Kinja is a great place to have good posts, and good conversations but the engine is not really made for tech blogs – it is really hard to insert preformatted text such as code or console dump, but I need to do it often.
I was moved all of my previous posts here, maybe in the future, I’ll edit them to fix the code displaying, but now I don’t feel the power for that.
Anyways, welcome here, let’s the blogging begin.