MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1. is now available to download and try from Oracle E-Delivery (select “MySQL Database” as the product pack).
So lets say you upgraded from MySQL 5.1 to Percona Server 5.5 and instead of expected performance improvement you see your performance being worse. What should you do ?
On coming PL MySQL conference 2012 I will give one tutorial:
It can be hard sometimes, particularly with startups to determine what to charge. I have tried various models over the years from nothing, to greatly reduced, to full-price. Nothing works well.
As one of the top consultants in MySQL, I kept my rates down as an individual to compete competitively with the 3 or 4 other companies world wide that provide relative services, this in the end hurt my bottom line.
This post complements Henrik's Call for Nominations for 2012 MySQL Community Awards.
Recap: we keep the tradition of awarding MySQL community members for their notable contributions to the MySQL ecosystem.