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I am looking to forward to host and moderate the Q&A at the next InfoQ Live event on July 20th. Aysylu Greenberg, tech lead of GCP container analysis at Google, will discuss Software Supply Chain Integrity for DevOps. Murali Krishna Ramanathan, staff software engineer at Uber, will talk about Managing the Tech Debt Due to Stale Feature Flags with Piranha.
100% net ticket revenue will be donated to charity, join us on July 20th!
I am looking forward to be back at Codemotion DevCast on June 24th. This time we will discuss relational databases in the serverless world, with (hopefully) a demo of Aurora Serverless v2. See you soon online! The event is free and in Italian, registration required.
During the latest re:Invent, AWS announced the preview of next version of Amazon Aurora Serverless that scales in fraction of a second and will introduce multi-AZ support, global databases, and read replicas to the serverless world.
In my talk at Percona Live 2021, today I tried to answer the following questions:
What are the differences between v1 and v2?
Why did AWS introduced an entirely new product?
Is Aurora Serverless v1 a service to be already forgotten?
A simple test on Serverless v1 versus Serverless v2: any surprise?
Below are my slides, video will be available online soon. Thanks to all the ones who attended the talk!
One of the key system variables you have to deal with MySQL is innodb_buffer_pool_size, the size of the buffer pool, the memory area where InnoDB caches table and index data. You try to learn how to set a sensible value and you usually hope you do not need to change it too often.
One day you start to play with serverless databases and everything changes: you can see the value of innodb_buffer_pool_size changing real time, every few seconds. According to the load of your database cluster.
Next month I will dig deeper at Percona Live: looking at a direct correlation in the metrics between the capacity, the value of innodb_buffer_pool_size and the load of the database is just an interesting start.
The world of serverless databases on the cloud and on AWS is changing fast: I am very looking forward to be a speaker at Percona Live 2021, a community-focused event corganized by Percona for database developers and administrators and take a first look at Amazon Aurora Serverless v2. The event is free and will be held online running over two days. Abstract below, see you there!
A First Look at Aurora Serverless v2
During the latest re:Invent, AWS announced the next version of Amazon Aurora Serverless. The new version for the MySQL 5.7-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora scales in fraction of a second and introduces multi-AZ support, global databases, and read replicas. What are the di erences between v1 and v2? Why did AWS introduced an entirely separated new product? Is Aurora Serverless v1 a service to be already forgotten? A journey on the latest changes and a few tests running serverless databases on AWS.