We'll review common mistakes made when defining MySQL user credentials.
I'll be covering all situations through a presentation and run through a couple of the less obvious examples using a live demo.
Presentation will cover:
- List of examples
- Audit and administration tools: pt-show-grants
- How to close the gaps
Since 2008, MySQL has spawned many projects, some of them branches, some of them forks. There are many choices now. If you’re a busy DBA, what to do?
Some focus areas include:
MariaDB has been making successful parallel-to-MySQL-releases since MariaDB 5.1. The feature list is just bursting, and this is what’s helping more & more folk migrate their MySQL instances to MariaDB.
MariaDB 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3 are based on MySQL 5.1. MariaDB 5.5 includes all changes up to MariaDB 5.3 and is based on MySQL 5.5. Since 2010, MariaDB releases have been packed full with new features. This talk will just focus on what’s great about MariaDB 5.5, some of which include: