Call for Presentations

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MariaDB OpenWorks 2023

event starts

9 May 2023

event ends

10 May 2023

location

etc.venues 360 Madison New York City, New York, United States


We’re looking for innovators, leaders and seasoned professionals with expertise in operations and/or development to share their knowledge and experience with MariaDB customers and community members from around the world.

Submit a session proposal for one of the conference tracks to share your experience with MariaDB.

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Call for Presentations
Call opens at 12:00 AM

23 Aug 2022

Call closes at 11:59 PM

14 Oct 2022

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Tracks and topical areas open for submissions:


Navigating your cloud journey

Today, most organizations have moved some part of their business to the cloud or have plans to do so. Share the details of your cloud journey: how you got started, considerations and challenges during migration, and where your journey is heading next.


Real-world use cases 

Have you migrated from a proprietary database like Oracle? If so, what did it take? Did you come up with a novel reference architecture to solve a difficult challenge? What are you doing with MariaDB, and why?


Developer news and advancements

MariaDB is looking to our community experts to share their experiences, modern use cases, tips, tricks and best practices. Developer topics include:

  • What are you doing with MariaDB, and why?
  • What kind of applications are you building on top of MariaDB, and what frameworks are you using? Perhaps a little Node.js or Python? Are you using advanced SQL kung fu such as temporal tables or JSON functions or working with time-series data?


Analytics

For those who’ve discovered the power of distributed, columnar storage with MariaDB, what are you doing with it? What types of analytics are you supporting and how it is driving value for the business?

Confirmed speakers receive one free conference pass.


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