Keynote Speakers for Percona Live ONLINE Have Been Announced!
We are excited to share the great lineup of speakers from the open source database community who will be spotlighting key technological, industry, and social topics throughout the event, including talks specific to MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB to close out our 28-hour Percona Live ONLINE event.
Tuesday, October 20 (Starting at 10:00 am ET)
Peter Zaitsev, Percona
Percona’s CEO and Co-Founder, Peter Zaitsev, will explore the trends around public DBaaS and give his opinion on how we need to disrupt the current trends to keep open source open and provide users with quality alternative DBaaS solutions.
Bruce Momjian, EnterpriseDB
Democratic governments have a long history of success, albeit with some setbacks. This talk explains how democratic principles underpin the success of the open source relational database, PostgreSQL.
Karen Ambrose, Crick Institute
Karen will share the work involved in setting the Francis Crick Institute up as a COVID19 testing facility, highlighting the technological journey to support the testing efforts and the considerations taken into account in relation to data governance, the importance of data auditing throughout the pipeline, and the progress to date.
Emily Gorcenski, ThoughtWorks Germany
Liz Fong-Jones, Honeycomb.io
Engineers of all kinds must ensure their work serves the public good. A service that reliably harms, exacerbates injustices, or excludes marginalized groups is not a service worth building and maintaining. Learn how to effectively accomplish change in your working conditions or your employer’s products through grassroots employee advocacy.
Sugu Sougoumarane, PlanetScale
There is a reason why the cloud is gaining popularity. On one hand, the software is growing and getting more complex. In contrast, the computing power of a single machine has more or less maxed out. The only way to keep growing is by distributing our software across machines. It is only a matter of time before this requirement starts to affect the databases. For many, it already has.
Wednesday, October 21 (Starting at 11:00 am ET)
Frédéric Descamps, Oracle
Kimberly Wilkins, Percona
Magnus Hagander, Consultant
by Bronwyn Campbell via Percona Database Performance Blog