It is hard to believe it is already closing in on a year since the last MySQL Connect, but it is true, it is time to start preparing again.
This year MySQL Connect will take place in the weekend of 21-23 September with the Monday being dedicated to tutorials. As last year MySQL Connect is part of Oracle OpenWorld and is hosted at Hilton, San Francisco Union Square.
I am fortunate enough this year to be taking part in three sessions:
- Meet the MySQL Community and Support Teams [BOF2480]
Join MySQL community and support team members in this BOF to ask all your questions as well as provide feedback, suggestions, and ideas related to the MySQL community, handling of bugs, and overall technical support at Oracle.
This Birds-Of-a-Feather session will take place Saturday at 4:30 PM.
- Making the Performance Schema Easier to Use [CON5282]
The Performance Schema can seem daunting at first, with the vast amount of data available. This session focuses on tools, such as ps_helper views and stored programs, that make it easier to get started with the Performance Schema and perform common tasks. The presentation includes examples of how ps_helper can be used to simplify checking the current configuration, changing the configuration, and investigating the usage of the server.
This talk will take place Sunday at 11:00 AM.
- Improving Performance with MySQL Performance Schema [HOL9733]
The Performance Schema feature of MySQL is MySQL’s gateway for looking into the engine room. It enables you not only to discover what is going on in the internals but also to get detailed information about the current connections and some historical data. MySQL 5.6, which is now GA, introduces significant enhancements to Performance Schema. This hands-on lab gives you the opportunity to use Performance Schema, going through the steps from initial configuration and high-level summaries to detailed wait events.
This Hands-On-Labs session will take place Sunday at 2:00 PM.
However those three sessions is just a small part of the agenda for MySQL Connect. There are a total of more than 80 sessions from both Oracle developers, engineer, and staff as well as users, third party developers, and more. See also Bertrand Matthelié's Top 10 Reasons to Attend MySQL Connect.
See you all there.