Category Archives: MySQL



Reminder: Data Masters Meetup – Amazon RDS

Just a reminder that the next Data Masters meetup event is coming up, this Thursday, June 26, 7pm at the Miami Innovation Center at 1951 NW 7th Ave in near the University of Miami medical campus. We will be in the first floor conference room (just inside the  main doors and to the right).  Just [...]


Amazon RDS: New Data Masters Meetup Event

It’s been a while, but we are BACK!  The next Data Masters meetup event is coming up June 26 at 7pm. At this event, we will learn all about Amazon’s cloud database solution, RDS.  We will dive into running databases in the cloud with Amazon’s RDS, where you can easily create data stores in the [...]

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Update: Mastering Galera Cluster

Our Galera meetup event was fantastic!  We had a presentation about the concepts of Galera Cluster. And then we jumped right in and had a live demo of building a four node Galera cluster from scratch! We had a bit of difficulty before the event started.  We were at a new location, at Venture Hive.  It’s a great [...]


Reminder: Data Masters Meetup – Galera Cluster

Just a reminder that the next Data Masters meetup event is coming up, on Thursday, February 27, 7pm at the the Venture Hive coworking space in Miami. The building is at 1010 NE 2nd Ave in Miami. At this meetup event, we will discuss Galera  Cluster for MySQL.  We will go over the concepts of Galera and how [...]


Galera Cluster: New Data Masters Meetup Event

The next Data Masters meetup event is coming up February 27 at 7pm.  At this event, we will learn how to make MySQL highly available and super scalable with Galera Cluster!  Keeping database systems up and running is a huge challenge for most organizations. Making them scale easily is another challenge.  Galera Cluster for MySQL [...]


A Bug Fix Race: MySQL vs MariaDB

A poster on Slashdot.org wrote about a bug that was found in both MySQL and MariaDB 5.5.  He took the opportunity to post the bugs to both MySQL and MariaDB development communities, just to see who would respond the best. Brilliant idea! http://developers.slashdot.org/story/13/09/09/2259206/a-tale-of-two-mysql-bugs For some, the outcome is predictable, and not surprising. The MySQL bug has [...]