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Saturday Encrypting binary (and relay) logs in MySQL Hash join in MySQL 8.0 ProxySQL 2021 Dev Submit Backup/Restore tools performance comparison
Sunday Flame Graphs for MySQL DBAs
Yet another way to visualize performance data
The relational model in the modern development age
Towards an improved operational paradigm, illustrated by Vitess
ProxySQL Cluster: challenges and solutions to synchronizeconfigurationacross multiple decentralized cluster nodes Percona XtraDB Cluster(PXC) Non blocking operations, what you need to know to avoid pitfalls MySQL InnoDB ClusterSet
The integrated solution for disaster tolerance of InnoDB Clusters
MySQL on Kubernetes demystified
How foolishness can lead you to fell in a very dangerous trap
MySQL Operator for Kubernetes Newest MySQL component services features
or how to make an HTTP server accessing table data in a component
MySQL 8.0: Logical Backups, Snapshots and PITR like a rockstar Why your backup strategy is wrong?
A brief overview of MySQL backup concepts
Efficient MySQL Performance
A Book in 40 Minutes
MySQL Performance on Modern CPU: Intel vs AMD vs ARM Release Note Highlights from 2021
Recap '23 to '27

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2021q4/003310.html.

The MySQL Devroom covers the world's most popular open source database : MySQL and projects of the MySQL's ecosystem.

MySQL is free and open-source software under the terms of the GNU General Public License. MySQL is a relational database management system (RDMBS) but also a NoSQL Document Store.

This year MySQL celebrates its 25th anniversary !

In this devroom you will find talks related to MySQL's development, deployement and operations. Talks related to Open Source projects enhencing MySQL's experience, adding functionalities or hacking MySQL are also more than welcome.

Join the devroom to discover how famous DBAs and developers are working with MySQL !

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Encrypting binary (and relay) logs in MySQL Matthias C 14:00 14:25
  Hash join in MySQL 8.0 Øystein Grøvlen 14:30 14:55
  ProxySQL 2021 Dev Submit Javier Jaramago Fernández 15:00 15:25
  Backup/Restore tools performance comparison Vinicius Grippa, Jean Da Silva 15:30 15:55

Sunday

  Flame Graphs for MySQL DBAs
Yet another way to visualize performance data
Valerii Kravchuk 10:00 10:20
  The relational model in the modern development age
Towards an improved operational paradigm, illustrated by Vitess
Shlomi Noach 10:30 10:55
  ProxySQL Cluster: challenges and solutions to synchronizeconfigurationacross multiple decentralized cluster nodes René Cannaò 11:00 11:25
  Percona XtraDB Cluster(PXC) Non blocking operations, what you need to know to avoid pitfalls Marco Tusa (the Grinch) 11:30 11:55
  MySQL InnoDB ClusterSet
The integrated solution for disaster tolerance of InnoDB Clusters
Kenny Gryp, Miguel Araújo 12:00 13:00
  MySQL on Kubernetes demystified
How foolishness can lead you to fell in a very dangerous trap
Marco Tusa (the Grinch) 13:00 13:25
  MySQL Operator for Kubernetes Johannes Schlüter 13:30 14:30
  Newest MySQL component services features
or how to make an HTTP server accessing table data in a component
Joro Kodinov 14:30 15:10
  MySQL 8.0: Logical Backups, Snapshots and PITR like a rockstar Frédéric Descamps 15:10 15:50
  Why your backup strategy is wrong?
A brief overview of MySQL backup concepts
Pep Pla 15:55 16:05
  Efficient MySQL Performance
A Book in 40 Minutes
Daniel Nichter 16:10 17:00
  MySQL Performance on Modern CPU: Intel vs AMD vs ARM Peter Zaitsev 17:00 17:25
  Release Note Highlights from 2021
Recap '23 to '27
Dave Stokes 17:30 17:55