Events & Conferences


Industry Event

DOAG Conference 2019

November 19 - 22, 2019, Nuremberg, Germany

DOAG is the largest Oracle User Group conference in Germany, stretching over 3 days plus 1 day of trainings for those interested and we are happy to announce that MySQL is again part of it. You can find MySQL at the Oracle booth as well as find a MySQL talk in the schedule as follows:

"Oracle MySQL the 'other' database from Oracle” given by Carsten Thalheimer and Henry Kröger.

The talk delivers a brief overview over the different MySQL versions, as well as presenting a live demo on how to set up a MySQL database on Linux with some basic optimizations. Additionally, a comparison is made to other existing database technologies. This is followed by a short section on how the software is integrated with existing Oracle infrastructures utilizing for example OEM 13c. Last but not least the talk concludes with a couple of practical examples on how MySQL is managed in professional contexts and what additional tools (TDE, backup/recovery, data-masking, auditing, etc.) are available for these use cases.

The talk is scheduled for Nov 21 @10:00-10:45.

Carsten & Henry will be part of the larger Oracle booth in which each subsection will have their own table, representing the different aspects of the Oracle technology portfolio.

Industry Event

IT-Tage Conference 2019

December 9 - 12, 2019, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

IT-Tage is one of Germany’s largest IT conferences to date. It covers a wide range of topics from agile development, over microservices, data-management/-usage as well as application and container design over to the internet of things. More than 230 sessions on various topics make it the must-go event of 2019 for IT interested parties.

We are happy to announce that same as last year MySQL will be present at the joint Oracle booth as well as Carsten Thalheimer & Henry Kröger will deliver a talk on “MySQL best practices – 8 easy steps to a more optimized MySQL instance”

On basis of RedHat Linux 8 we will demonstrate and discuss the creation of a scalable MySQL instance. Additionally an overview of the clustering possibilities within MySQL 5.7 & MySQL 8.0 will be given. The target audience for this talk are database administrators as well as those possessing a good basic understanding of database mechanics.