Synopsis of Mydbops 10th edition of opensource database meetup

We’re ecstatic and energised at the prospect of sowing the seeds of knowledge in our opensource database community.

Thank you to everyone who came out to our 10th opensource database meetup. Our meetup series began in 2018, and the 10th edition took nearly three years to complete. However, we prioritised quality above quantity when distilling. As a result, many participants of our cherished opensource database community have welcomed our meetups.

Our meetups was mostly focused on demonstrating knowledge of current upgrades, best practises, and hot topics related to MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB. If you’ve ended up here by chance and are a database junkie like us. Here’s where you can get more amazing database resources.

Here’s what we exhibited at our 10th edition. 3 interesting hot topics, 3 renowned speakers, live Q&A session with our audience and most importantly the rightful cognizance to our opensource community.

Subitsha gave a goulash introduction talk that included greetings, Mydbops credentials, and why a community contribution is important.

Praveen GR, Mydbops Associate Database Consultant, was our first speaker. His enthralling talk on “Parallel query in AWS Aurora MySQL” untangled our attendees’ folded wings and caused them to pivot. During this session, the use cases for Parallel query were also covered in further depth. The epilogue of his talk was the live Q&A session which set the stage to slimmer for our second speaker to take over. For your viewing pleasure, here is the access to the SlideShare and video:

Parallel query in AWS Aurora MySQL by Praveen GR
Parallel query in AWS Aurora MySQL by Praveen GR

Our second speaker was Mughees Ahmed, DBA, Etisalcom. His captivating discussion on “Replication Troubleshooting in Classis Vs GTID” was not only instructive but also fascinated the audience. Despite being the longest hour of our meetup, he exuded erudition. We had high hopes for his intermediate Q&A session, but we were blown away. We’d love to host Mughees as our speaker often, quite often indeed. For your viewing pleasure, here is the access to the SlideShare and video:

Replication Troubleshooting in Classis Vs GTID by Mughees Ahmed
Replication Troubleshooting in Classis Vs GTID by Mughees Ahmed

Our third and final speaker of the day was Karthik PR, CEO of Mydbops. Despite his ten years of expertise as our leader, his dedication to our opensource database community is always admirable. His talk was titled, “What’s New in MariaDB 10.6?” This talk focused on the most significant components of it as well as its impact. This session covered  InnoDB improvements, SYS Schema adoption, and deprecated variables and engines. For your viewing pleasure, here is the access to the SlideShare and video:

What’s New in MariaDB 10.6 by Karthik PR
What’s New in MariaDB 10.6 by Karthik PR

Thus we concluded our 10th opensource database meetup in grandeur style. Our gratitude for the opensource database community extends to the stars. We are overjoyed by the overwhelming response from the crowd. We appreciate your time and the faith you have placed in us. Our commitment to provide high-quality information will last indefinitely. Thank you all once again.

Special thanks to Selva VenkateshSanthana Gopalan, and Manthiramoorthy(Mandy) for effortlessly and smoothly organizing the gathering. Our next meetup is scheduled to go live in October 2021.

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