MinervaDB Athena 2020

MinervaDB Athena 2020

Free Open Source Database Systems Virtual Conference hosted by MinervaDB Inc.

Friday, 11 December 2020 (09:00 AM PST to 07:00 PM PST)



MinervaDB Athena 2020 is a Free open source Database Systems virtual conference hosted by MinervaDB Inc. and sponsored by Sequoia Capital, Microsoft Open Source, Google Cloud and AWS. The objective of this conference is networking, knowledge sharing and open source Database Systems community development. In this conference, Speakers address topics like Database Systems architecture / internals, performance tuning / optimization, scalability, database reliability engineering and observability / monitoring solutions. The technology focus of this conference is Linux, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, ClickHouse and noSQL, This conference forever will remain vendor neutral and independent, we don’t endorse any proprietary solutions in the tech. talks of the event. We are expecting approximately 5000 attendees for this event. The registrations to attend the talks are still open, If you haven’t booked your free seat yet, Please register here absolutely free. You can contact sponsorship@minervadb.com for sponsoring the event, Thanks for supporting MinervaDB Athena 2020.

⊕ Biggest opportunity to learn from most respected Database Systems professionals worldwide

 

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About Shiv Iyer 18 Articles
Open Source Database Systems Geek in MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and ClickHouse with core expertise in performance, scalability, high availability and database reliability engineering, Shiv currently is the founder and principal of MinervaDB, An boutique private-label consulting, support, remote DBA and education services provider for MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server, MyRocks, PostgreSQL and ClickHouse with over 300 customers worldwide. Shiv in the past worked for companies like MySQL AB, SUN Microsystems, AOL, eBay, PayPal, PalominoDB and Percona. Shiv also is a frequent speaker in open source conferences worldwide.