OurSQL Episode 41: Zmanda [backup series #6]

Previously in the backup series:

Backup Series #1: Backup Glossary
Backup Series #2: Backup Tools You Already Have (mysqlhotcopy and mysqldump)
Backup Series #3: Looking Through the Lenz (snapshots including LVM)
Backup Series #4: Advanced Logical Export Features (advanced mysqldump)
Backup Series #5: Xtrabackup

This week we talk with Chander Kant, CEO of Zmanda, about how Zmanda Recovery Manager makes backup and recovery of MySQL backups very easy, whether you are using storage level snapshots, hot backup tools or even logical backups. Full and incremental backups (and restores!) are made simpler with the community (free) version and with the enterprise (commercial) version.

Wiki docs for Zmanda
Twitter @zmanda
Zmanda Services such as training, tech support, etc.
Zmanda Enterprise Version

Ear Candy
This week's ear candy is how to find and fix InnoDB tablespace fragmentation.

Defaults podcast, where we discussed innodb_file_per_table and fragmentation.

Where you can see us
Sheeri will be at Collaborate in Orlando, Florida from Sunday April 10th through Thursday April 14th. She is organizing the Community dinner, eastern US edition on Sunday April 10th at 5 pm at Maggiano's Little Italy near the Convention Center. (Sarah will be there too)

Sarah will be at the O'Reilly MySQL Conference in Santa Clara, California from Monday, April 11th through Thursday April 14th, including the community dinner, western US edition on Monday April 11th at 7 pm at Pedro's and speaking about Data in multiple data centers-- Replication and all data everywhere. is it a good idea?

Sheeri will be speaking about monitoring MySQL efficiently with Nagios at the Professional IT Community Conference, otherwise known as PICC, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The conference is Friday, April 29 – Saturday April 30, 2011.

Sheeri will be at OpenDBCamp, Fri May 6th - Sun May 8th in Sardinia, Italy.

Sarah will be at the Velocity Conference, Tuesday June 14th through Thursday June 16th in Santa Clara CA, speaking about the many layers of caching in the modern web stack.

We will both be at Open Source Bridges from Tuesday, June 21st – through Friday, June 24th in Portland, Oregon.

Sheeri will be at Kscope 11, an Oracle Developer Conference, from Sunday, June 26th through Thursday, June 30th in Long Beach, California.

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