I am very happy to talk about the new options available for running a relational database on the cloud and the serverless approach on AWS at the next DevOps Berlin tech event organized by Amsource Technology on June 5th. More information on the Eventbrite page
The abstract of my talk:
From AWS to Google Cloud, the major cloud providers offer different options to run a MySQL or a MySQL compatible database on the cloud. You can spin up virtual machines and configure your own cluster or rely on managed services with the ability to modify or scale vertically a database with the click of a button. The new trend is serverless (relational) databases that offer both traditional interfaces and HTTP API access. Can serverless databases be the future? Is Amazon Aurora Serverless really serverless?
Thanks Jack and Amsource Technology for the invitation and looking forward to see you in Berlin!
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.
My last trip to Moscow was the beginning of an exciting train ride to Siberia and lake Baikal. I am looking forward to be back next month, ten years later, for a different but again very exciting trip: talking about MySQL on the cloud at the DevOpsConf Russia 2018 (ex- RootConf). You can read the abstract of the talk 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.