This year, I have the pleasure of returning to the MySQL Conference & Expo as a speaker. Percona have picked up the torch that O’Reilly had held as the conference organizers, and they’re putting together a 3-day conference this year. I am co-presenting a tutorial with Yves Trudeau from Percona.
This time I have a brief talk opening up the High Availability and Distributed Storage miniconf on Monday, January 16, and a tutorial entitled High Availability Sprint in the morning on Thursday, January 19. Tim Serong is again joining me for the tutorial, and Pacemaker author Andrew Beekhof will be chiming in too. See you all in Ballarat!
The slides from last week’s talks I (co-)presented at Percona Live and Linuxcon Europe are now available from our web site.
- In my tutorial MySQL High Availability Sprint: Launch the Pacemaker, I gave a fast walk-through of Pacemaker high availability for MySQL. Tutorial presented at Percona Live UK 2011 in London, England.
- In Fencing and Maintaining Sanity in High Availability Clusters, Madison Kelly and I explored the importance of fencing in HA clusters, highlighted important considerations for fencing, and shared technical details and best practices. Talk presented at Linuxcon Europe 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic.
All slides are available entirely free of charge for logged-in users on our web site. To log in, you don’t even need to register — just use your Google Profile, or Google Apps account, or your WordPress account, or anything else that uses OpenID, and you’ll be good to go.
Comments on our slides are, of course, always highly appreciated.
All slides are done, all virtual images are completed and we’re ready to roll for tomorrow’s MySQL High Availability Sprint: Launch the Pacemaker tutorial at Percona Live UK 2011.
This is probably your very last chance to register for PLUK as there are only a handful of tickets left. You can still use my discount code, HaasPLUK11. See you tomorrow!