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Session topics should be posted here to give other people an idea of what to expect. If you would like to lead a session, please describe it here. This may be a more formal presentation with slides, or possibly just leading a group discussion on a hot topic. Also feel free to toss ideas out to the mailing list to get feedback in case you are not sure. We want to encourage people from all levels to lead sessions, share your thoughts!



Saturday 16 March 2013

Harvard University Science Center

10:00 - 10:25 Northeast LinuxFest Keynote

Open Database Camp
Hall D
Main Conference
10:30 - 11:25 Elastic Scalability with MySQL
Amrith Kumar, ParElastic
11:30 - 12:25 Fractal Tree Indexes:
Theory and Usage

Tim Callaghan, Tokutek
12:30 - 1:35
Lunch (on your own)
1:30 - 2:25 Introduction to MongoDB
H. Waldo Grunenwald
2:30 - 3:25 Elastic Clustering with Serializable Isolation
Ariel Weisberg, VoltDB
3:30 - 4:25 MariaDB: An Introduction to 10.0
Colin Charles, Monty Program
4:30 - 5:25 Drop-in help with experts;
come in and ask a question!
MySQL and MariaDB; past, present and future
Max Mether
Room C
7:00 - 10:00 pm
Afterparty! Celebrate at JJ Foley's Bar and Grille
11 Kingston Street Boston, MA
Take the Red Line inbound to Downtown Crossing

Sunday 17 March 2013

Harvard University Science Center

Open Database Camp
Hall D
Main Conference
10:00 - 10:55 MySQL 5.6 Replication Features and Usability
Giuseppe Maxia, Continuent
Dave Stokes, Oracle
Room C
11:00 - 11:55 High Availability solutions for MySQL
Max Mether, SkySQL
MySQL Backups, Sheeri Cabral, Mozilla
Room C
12:00 - 12:55 Creating Multi-master Clusters with Tungsten Replicator
Giuseppe Maxia, Continuent
1:00 - 1:55
Lunch on your own
and enjoy the rest of the day
Due to a Northeast LinuxFest scheduling conflict, the conference will be ending at 1 pm on Sunday.
We encourage everyone to go to lunch and continue networking with and learning from each other.

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Elastic clustering with serializable isolation - Ariel Weisberg

Overview of a non-blocking elastic clustering implementation in a SQL database with serializable isolation. Based on the in progress elastic clustering implementation in VoltDB.

Office Hours for MySQL Marinate - Sheeri K. Cabral

Doing the MySQL Marinate course at and have a question? We're here to help! Come to this session and ask your questions.

MySQL 5.6 replication - features and usability - Giuseppe Maxia

MySQL 5.6 enhancements are too many to describe in one session. But we can focus on replication functionality, looking at what has changed, what's good, what's bad, and why you should care.

Creating multi-master clusters with Tungsten replicator - Giuseppe Maxia

Replication with multiple masters is a much desired feature. Using Tungsten replicator, users can create multiple masters topologies in minutes, from all-masters to star topologies, with a look at fan-in replication. Since multiple masters introduce the possibility of data clashes, we will also cover some ways of preventing conflicts with Tungsten filters.

MySQL Workbench Intro & Demo - Dave Stokes

Learn how to use the MySQL Workbench -- the FREE tool that can manage systems, generate entity relationship maps, and help you write queries.

MySQL 101 - Dave Stokes

Learn how to install, start, stop, run, and use MySQL. For beginners.

Intro to MongoDB - H. "Waldo" Grunenwald

A brief introduction to MongoDB for Dev and Admin types.

Fractal Tree Indexes : Theory and Usage - Tim Callaghan

Overview of Fractal Tree Indexes and their real-world usage in MySQL and MongoDB. (Note, I can only come to NELF/ODC on Saturday)

Elastic Scalability with MySQL - Amrith Kumar

An brief introduction to elastic scalability with MySQL using ParElastic. (Note, I can only come to NELF/ODC on Saturday)

MariaDB: An introduction to 10.0 & what we've achieved - Colin Charles

MariaDB really made waves with the 5.5 release, but its now time to talk about MariaDB 10.0 and what features it will have that are MySQL 5.6 compatible, and what of it will be new. There has been a lot of work & man hours going into this, so expect a feature-packed session. (Note, this talk can only happen on Saturday not Sunday)

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