I am excited and looking forward to be a speaker at the DevOps Pro Europe 2019 in Vilnius. My first time in Lithuania, talking about “MySQL on the Cloud: a Journey from Virtual Machines to Serverless Deployments”. You can read the abstract of the talk here.
I passed my first AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam in 2013 when there was only one option available. As recertification is (was) required every 2 years, I did take the (Professional) Architect exam in 2015, 2017 and (happily) again today. Now I can wait 3 more years, for a total of 9 years since my very first one. And I hope that by 2022 the questions with RRS or SWF will be finally gone.
I am happy to share the video of my presentation MySQL on the cloud, from virtual machines to serverless options at the latest DevOpsConf in Moscow. Very glad I had the chance to talk about databases on the cloud, attend an interesting conference in Russia and meet many software engineers. The slides of the talk are available too.
Talking pasta & AWS in Poland: how many penne and spaghetti can you (manually) set up before your cloud deployment is not manageble anymore? The video of my presentation at the SFI in Krakow
Going off the beaten track and the most popular conferences in Western Europe lets you have a different prospective, meet very skilled DevOps and challenge your technical knowledge. Very glad to talk about “MySQL on the cloud, from virtual machines to serverless options” at the DevOpsConf Russia in Moscow.
Very happy that my post on RDS & MySQL minor versions (and how to speed up RDS MySQL upgrades) went live today on the Percona Community Blog. You can read the entire post here.
Vorerst sind Serverless-Datenbanken noch ein großes Fragezeichen is the (German) title of the interwiew I recently had with Jaxenter about relational databases and DevOps. You can find my answers here.
Last week I wrote a post on enabling KMS encryption for a running Amazon RDS instance for the Open Source Database Community Blog of Percona . Glad to share with the amazing Percona community how at Funambol we encrypted dozens of Amazon RDS instances without significant downtime. You can read the post here.