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Over the last few years, Percona, in partnership with other Openstack Community members, has developed and refined several features in Percona Server to facilitate its use in cloud scenarios and, specifically, within OpenStack Trove. Since Percona Server is a drop-in replacement for MySQL, many operators (as well as end users) have benefited from these features designed to improve cloud deployments.
In this talk I will cover some of these new Percona Server features that OpenStack operators can use to better manage their Trove guest instances of MySQL. These include:
After this presentation, OpenStack operators will have a better understanding of the capabilities available to them in their Trove offerings when using Percona Server as their MySQL database choice.
Vipul Sabhaya works in the HP Cloud Platform Services team out of Seattle as a Lead Software Developer. Vipul led the HP Cloud effort to get a Database as a Service product to Public Beta with Openstack Trove. Vipul is excited about building awesome community-based Platform Services on top of Openstack. Before joining HP Cloud, Vipul worked on architecture and development of Cloud-based B2B Integration Platform at Hubspan. Vipul graduated with a Bachelors in Computer Science from the University of Washington.
George joined the Percona development team in April 2012. He has over 20 years of experience in software support, development, architecture, and project management. Prior to joining Percona, George focused on Windows-based enterprise application server development, network protocol classification, and optimization with heavy doses of database schema design, architecture, and tuning.
George lives in the beautiful mountains of north-central Arizona with his wife and cat. His hobbies are fiddling with cool bits of technology, home brewing and winemaking, tending his ever growing garden, hiking, fishing, camping and otherwise enjoying the out of doors as much as possible.