Submitted by seppo on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 23:11
FOSDEM is well know to pretty much everyone in the open source community for being a unique place where open source enthusiasts can meet, share ideas & collaborate. The really great thing about FOSDEM is that it is highly developer oriented.
Submitted by seppo on Tue, 11/26/2013 - 15:59
You should take care when changing schema in a MySQL/InnoDB database cluster. But exactly how much care? that you can find out in next Galera webinar session hosted together with Severalnines:
Submitted by seppo on Wed, 11/06/2013 - 17:19
Percona Live London MySQL Conference, November 11-12 2013
Submitted by seppo on Fri, 10/11/2013 - 11:55
Galera Cluster 3.0 beta cycle is spinning with full speed. Now there is a good opportunity to learn about the new features coming in 3.0 release by attending Galera 3.0 Introduction Webinar:
Submitted by alex on Thu, 10/10/2013 - 17:20
The order in which Galera cluster nodes must be started has long been an unjustly controversial topic. From time to time people ask how to restart the cluster in our mailing list. And from time to time they keep on making mistakes, like the one described here.
Submitted by hingo on Thu, 03/14/2013 - 12:15
Submitted by hingo on Thu, 03/14/2013 - 10:00
While Spring is already arrived in mainland Europe, we still had some 10 cm snow that came down yesterday in Finland (in addition to the already accumulated snow). Still, the warm and bright sunshine can't be ignored: It is Spring and that means conferences and meetups are in full swing. There is a lot of interest in Galera, so you can expect to have a Galera talk at almost any event nowadays:
Submitted by seppo on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 00:18
Submitted by hingo on Thu, 02/14/2013 - 11:07
Submitted by hingo on Fri, 02/08/2013 - 23:22
Last weekend I attended my first Fosdem conference. It was great to finally visit the conference that might be the biggest open source conference in the world. It's also an amazing experience how our Belgian friends pull off such a magnificent event purely with volunteer effort. You might say the conference itself is very much open source: free entry, created by volunteers. Organizers estimated that this year there were 7000+ attendees on campus. A hard data point was over 2300 simultaneous devices connected to Wifi.