Ivan Zoratti: “The content can satisfy the appetite of a technical audience and of more business-oriented IT managers at the same time. We will have sessions on performance, on scalability solutions and on Proxy, with hands-on the servers, difference parameters and tools. IT managers will probably find interesting a renewed set of HA solutions and some renewed views on the infrastructures used to power the Web.”
I’ll be attending the London conference, after having been there last year, and I’m looking forward to it. Am I again going to be one of the few Dutch folks in the crowd?
MySQL organizes a lot of conferences thoughout the year — for instance, last October I attended the Customer Conference in London, which was very interesting and gave a nice insight into the world of MySQL. But if there’s one conference that could carry the title ‘The MySQL Conference’, it would be the one held in Santa Clara, CA this week.
Because it is a larger conference, there’s more coverage. And the coverage is more organised. So if you weren’t attending, like me, you might want to dive into the blog posts and presentations that can be found online. This wiki page seems like a good starting point. Anyone got another?