Todd Boyd has worked for IBM for over 30 years in various capacities; he started in ZSeries I/O performance before moving to the Power Systems performance team. He has lead the Competitive Analysis Technical Team (CATT) for the last 15 years which projects the performance capabilities of competitive systems and solutions. He now works on the Cognitive Systems offering team in conjunction with the performance and the ISV teams to drive the Power portfolio offerings. In this role he deals with many ISV’s and acts as the IBM representative on the MariaDB Foundation Board.
Just have done configuring @mariadb_org Galera Cluster for 3 nodes, and very exciting with it .. Creating multi master replicated database never been easier.. #database #mysql #mariadb #devops
Video of my talk with @DaEvilKad on Extending MariaDB with user-defined functions at MariaDB OpenWorks 2019
My Python and MariaDB talk from Openworks is online for everyone to enjoy https://t.co/xq3z1riJD5 the source is here https://t.co/oI7Jk6sEYD expect a better multiprocessing example soon. There are lots of talks to watch cooler than mine. #python #mariadb
The MariaDB & MySQL London Meetup Group is getting together again tomorrow evening: https://t.co/4vty2Rm0tz