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Friday
Nov 13, 2009
OpenSQL Camp
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OpenSQL Camp is an un-conference style get together for people interested in Open Source Databases. We are not focusing on any one project, and hope to see representatives from a variety of open source database projects attend. OpenSQL Camp is free and our target audience are users and developers, but others are encouraged to attend too. See the website to sign up, and to see the full schedule.

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Thursday
Jan 21, 2010
PDXPUG - Portland PostgreSQL Users Group: OBAMA!
Free Geek

The Portland PostgreSQL Users Group (PDXPUG)

John Naylor will be talking about his experience in Florida as a data manager for President Obama's 2008 campaign. He will discuss the role of data in political campaigns, and also refactor some data warehouse queries. Donuts and bacon provided.

Refreshments will be partaken at the Lucky Labrador Pub in SE Portland afterward.

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Thursday
Jun 17, 2010
PDXPUG (Portland PostgreSQL Users' Group)
Free Geek

Join the Portland PostgreSQL Users' Group for our monthly meeting!

When: 7pm Thursday, May 20 Where: FreeGeek Who: Mark & gabrielle What: What's new in 9.0

Drinks afterward at the SE Lucky Lab.

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Thursday
Jul 21, 2011
PDXPUG
Free Geek

This month's topic is "Data Visualization and Exploration Techniques Using R and Postgres" with PSU's Dr Christopher Monsere.

Full details: http://pugs.postgresql.org/node/1669

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Sunday
Jul 24, 2011
PgDay at OSCON
Oregon Convention Center

Coming to OSCON? Be sure to come a day early and join us for another PgDay! This summer marks PDXPUG's 5th anniversary, and we want to see your smiling face! We will be celebrating at Gotham Tavern after the day of sessions. Sign up for sessions and afterparty here: http://bit.ly/f1F2Mz .

Yes, it's ok to show up just for the afternoon (or the party) if your flight arrives on Sunday.

We'd like a $30 donation to SPI for the sessions, but don't let lack of funds deter you from attending.

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Wednesday
Oct 16, 2013
Orchestrate.io Meetup - NoSQL-as-a-Service and the Composable App
Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

Developers, mobile app builders, NoSQL enthusiasts - join Orchestrate.io for discussions about databases, sharing war stories from production, and to have a little fun.

Please sign up here.

The meetup takes place at Ceili Ballroom at Kells Irish Restaurant on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. Led by Antony Falco, CEO of Orchestrate.io, and Adam DuVander, Developer Communications Director at SendGrid, we'll reflect on the life of infrastructure and databases as we once knew them, and raise our glasses to a future without them.

Libations and appetizers will be provided, with Interment to follow.

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Thursday
Jan 7, 2016
PDX-MUG - (MySQL)
Acquia

Topic: Synchronous Replication with MySQL

Summary: (TBD)

Speaker: Kenny Gryp

Kenny is currently Principal Architect at Percona. Bitten somewhere in the late 90s by the open-source bug, most of his spare time was spent working with Linux & OpenBSD servers.

Before joining Percona, he worked at a large social networking company in Europe as DBA & Puppeteer.


Schedule:

6:00 beer, soda, pizza

6:15 presentation

7:15 chat

7:30 end


There will be pizza, so please register on meetup.com so that we can order the proper amount.

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Thursday
Apr 7, 2016
Portland Linux/Unix Group: What's new in PostgreSQL 9.5
PSU Maseeh Engineering Building

Who: Josh Berkus
What: What's new in PostgreSQL 9.5
Where: PSU, 1930 SW 4th Ave. Room FAB 86-01 (Lower Level)
When: Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at 7pm
Why: The pursuit of technology freedom
Stream: http://pdxlinux.org/live (PSU WiFi Permitting)

PostgreSQL 9.5 has many new and cool features for database users, making the venerable RDBMS suitable for even more workloads. Among them are:

  • UPSERT for high-concurrency insert/update operations
  • Row Level Security, integrated with SELinux, for ultimate data security
  • CUBE and ROLLUP for sophisticated analytics
  • FDW partitioning for data federation
  • BRIN indexes for big data
  • More JSON goodness

PostgreSQL Core Team member Josh Berkus will take you on a tour of the new features, including demos of many of them, and field questions about PostgreSQL in general.

About Josh

Josh Berkus is on the Core Team of the PostgreSQL Project, and was a professional database geek for 18 years. Today, he works for Red Hat as the community lead for Project Atomic, which means he's all about the containers. He has used a Linux desktop since 2001.

Rideshares Available

PLUG Page with information about all PLUG events: http://pdxlinux.org/ Follow PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux

PLUG is open to everyone and does not tolerate abusive behavior on its mailing lists or at its meetings.

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Thursday
May 17
CNPDX May: Service Mesh and Service Broker
WeWork Pioneer Place

RSVP Required see RSVP instructions below!

May is all about SERVICES! Particularly, Service Meshes and the Open Service Broker.

First Talk: An introduction to Conduit, the Rust-based service mesh for Kubernetes

The creators of the CNCF-hosted Linkerd service mesh, Buoyant, recently introduced Conduit--a new, ultralight service mesh made explicitly for Kubernetes. In this talk, Buoyant engineer Carl Lerche will introduce you to Conduit, its design philosophy, how it’s used to add reliability, security, and visibility to Kubernetes applications, our motivations for writing the Conduit data plane in Rust, and how to get involved.

Second Talk: Stateful is Hard: Hooking Apps up to Managed DBs

Kubernetes lets us write crazy-powerful apps these days, and all three clouds will host it for you in some shape or form now. The result is that our apps are mostly portable, but there's more work to do in this space. Aaron Schlesinger of the Microsoft Azure Containers group explains.

Databases are hard to maintain if you run them in Kubernetes. Same with pub/sub systems, or any combination of stateful and data really. Sometimes we just want to hook our apps up to the cloud equivalents of these things, so we don't have to manage them. How do we do that in a portable way? Enter the Open Service Broker (OSB) API and Kubernetes Service Catalog.

Learn how to connect your apps to all your favorite cloud services without ever opening the portal or using the CLI. It's the same OSB API for all the clouds, and the same Kubernetes Service Catalog resources for any cluster. We're getting to a place where you can get the services you need without caring what cloud your app runs on.

RSVP Required for this venue. Either RSVP via Meetup.com (preferred), or send email to josh(at)berkus(dot)org with your full name that matches your ID. All RSVPs must be received by 4pm May 16th.

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