Sessions at OSCON 2012 about MySQL

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Monday 16th July 2012

  • MySQL Cluster and NoSQL

    by Craig L Russell and John David Duncan

    A tutorial on setting up MySQL Cluster 7.2 and developing hybrid SQL/NoSQL applications using the Cluster/J and Memcached APIs.

    At 1:30pm to 5:00pm, Monday 16th July

    In Portland 252, Oregon Convention Center

Wednesday 18th July 2012

  • MySQL Birds of a Feather

    MySQL is the most popular database on the web this BOF is for those who use MySQL, want to use MySQL, are seeking to network with other MySQL professionals, or just hear the latest news about MySQL. Last year's MySQL BOF was lively, well attended, and featured many famous names from the MySQL community. Come join us, talk MySQL, and make new friends.

    At 7:00pm to 8:00pm, Wednesday 18th July

    In D136, Oregon Convention Center

Thursday 19th July 2012

Friday 20th July 2012

  • Optimizing MySQL Configuration

    by Peter Zaitsev

    MySQL's configuration file is often the focus of too much attention, and too much tweaking of variables that make no difference -- or worse, have the potential to negatively impact performance. The sample default configuration files that come with MySQL are unfortunately not very helpful or good, either. We'll looking in creating a better one in this session.

    At 10:00am to 10:40am, Friday 20th July

    In Portland 252, Oregon Convention Center

  • Running a high performance LAMP stack on a $20 Virtual server

    by Jay Janssen

    It is a myth that website that hosts more than the tiniest amount of visitors must run on dedicated hardware. More often than not, servers are completely misconfigured to make the optimal use of their available hardware resources. When your web server, your scripting language and your database are all on the same server, and that server has limited resources, it’s even more important to tune things correctly.

    This talk will discuss server tuning for LAMP stacks on inexpensive virtual servers that anybody can afford. The speaker will trace his history running a premium web hosting consulting business for a variety of small to mid-sized sites, even one that made it on Digg without experiencing the dreaded “Digg effect”, focusing on server configuration and tuning decisions that helped make the servers as efficient as possible running open source website management systems (e-Commerce and standard CMS tools). This talk will dig into configuration and troubleshooting for Apache, PHP, MySQL as well as some supplemental servers: Lighttpd and Varnish.

    At 11:00am to 11:40am, Friday 20th July

    In D139/140, Oregon Convention Center