MySQL Cluster On The Road: O'Reilly MySQL and Collaborate Conferences

Conference season is rapidly approaching and the MySQL Cluster product team will be out on the road, sharing the latest and greatest news on best practices, use-cases and developments.  These will be valuable sessions for users who to learn more about building write-scalable, real-time transactional services with 99.999% availability, using a variety of SQL and Non-SQL (dare I say "NoSQL") interfaces to their data.

Collaborate Community Conference

Starting with the Collaborate IOUG community conference, these are some of the sessions that will be of particular interest to Oracle users:

-    The State of MySQL, 09:15 - 10:15, Monday April 11th to be delivered by Tomas Ulin, VP of the MySQL Engineering Team who will discuss the strategy for MySQL product development, including directions for MySQL Cluster.

-    Building Highly Available Scalable Real-Time Services with MySQL Cluster, to be delivered Tuesday April 12th at 0800 by Andrew Morgan, product manager for MySQL Cluster. This session will take you through MySQL Cluster's design goals, latest features, current development priorities and resources to get started.

-    MySQL Cluster for the Enterprise to be delivered Wednesday April 13th at 14:15 by Craig Russell, Secretary of the Apache Software Foundation, the chair of the Apache OpenJPA Project Management Committee.  Despite the slightly ambiguous title, this session focuses on empowering Java developers to get low latency, high performance access to MySQL Cluster via the MySQL Cluster Connector for Java

You can learn more about all of the MySQL sessions at Collaborate here


O'Reilly MySQL Conference
Moving on the O'Reilly MySQL Conference, there are some more great sessions scheduled for MySQL Cluster:

-     State of the Dolphin, 0900 Tuesday 12th where Tomas Ulin will summarize MySQL's first year under Oracle's stewardship, discusses the current and ongoing engagement with the MySQL user community and offers insights into future roadmaps and commitment to MySQL products.

-    MySQL Cluster - Real Time Performance for the Web with 5x9 Availability and Sometimes SQL, 10.50, Wednesday 13th April  and will be delivered by Bernd Ocklin, director of MySQL Cluster Engineering.  This session will introduce you to new MySQL Cluster features, its performance in benchmarks, and shows how telecoms and web companies build highly available real time solutions based on MySQL Cluster. Sometimes even with SQL..

-    The memcached Driver for MySQL Cluster ,17.15, Wednesday 13th April  and will be delivered by John David Duncan, developer for MySQL Cluster.  JD will cover a new approach to integrating MySQL Cluster with memcached. This is really intriguing stuff !

-    Delivering Scalable and Highly Available Session Management with MySQL Cluster which is scheduled again for 17.15, Wednesday 13th April, so clashes with the memcached session.  But don't worry - despite the best efforts of the organizing committee (!) you will get the chance to listen to both talks as we will run webinars on them right after the conferences.

There is also a tutorial dedicated to MySQL Cluster on Monday 11th, delivered by our friends at Severalnines.

Of course if you are not going to the conferences, you won't miss out on hearing the latest news on MySQL Cluster.  We'll post the slides on-line, discuss updates in blogs and run webinars - all of which I'll point to when they are available.

If you are going, the MySQL Cluster team looks forward to seeing you there...



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