This week we discuss MariaDB's CONNECT storage engine. Ear Candy is inconsistent behavior with dates, NULLs and collations. At the Movies is a talk about the history and future of MySQL and its variants.
This week, we talk with Ivan Zoratti of SkySQL about MaxScale, a new MySQL proxy. Ear Candy is about accidentally removing a dependent package, and At the Movies is a DB Hangops recording of MaxScale, replication saturation and monitoring.
This week we discuss more tools in the Percona Toolkit - pt-align, pt-fifo-split, pt-diskstats, pt-ioprofile, pt-fk-error-logger, pt-mext and pt-mysql-summary. Ear Candy is why you should load the timezone tables in MySQL and At the Movies is using GTID replication for high availability.
This week we discuss administering Percona Replication Manager. Ear Candy is about repository packages from MariaDB and Oracle, and At the Movies presents a Riak engineer talking about "convergent replicated data types" - data structures that tolerate eventual consistency.
Events DB Hangops - every other Wednesay at noon Pacific time
This week we present bloopers from the year 2013. We hope you enjoy this non-tech funny show, featuring mistakes and outtakes from us and the folks we have interviewed. Don't miss Tim Callaghan singing our theme song!
This week we talk about how to install and set up Galera Cluster. Ear Candy talks about the new MySQL repos from Oracle and what to know about using them; At the Movies is Michael Stonebreaker talking about how to process today's big data transactional processing needs.