|| ||Simon Riggs <simon-AT-2ndQuadrant.com> |
|| ||pgsql-announce <pgsql-announce-AT-postgresql.org> |
|| ||[ANNOUNCE] CHAR(11) replication conference open for bookings |
|| ||Sat, 7 May 2011 13:14:45 +0100|
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CHAR(11), the conference on PostgreSQL Clustering, High Availability
and Replication, 2011, will be held in Cambridge, UK on 11-12 July
The schedule includes talks from major contributors Jan Wieck, Greg
Smith, Magnus Hagander, Koichi Suzuki, Dimitri Fontaine and Simon
Riggs, talks from Heroku and other experienced users, as well as
technical talks from vendors Continuent, MGRID and EMC. Topics include
scalability, high availability, transaction processing and data
warehousing. Many talks cover the latest research as well as future
15 talks in all across 2 days, as well as long coffee breaks for
discussions, meeting rooms and full WiFi access during conference.
Price includes lunch and dinner for 2 days, including a formal dinner
at Cambridge University.
Please book your places on-line at http://www.char11.org/
which accepts various payment methods.
Early Bird pricing is £345 up to the end of May, if you book online.
Later bookings or bookings that require manual invoicing are at higher
Venue & Accommodation
Following last year's successful conference in Oxford, we continue the
theme of visiting centres of learning - this year we are in Cambridge,
famous for the work of Bacon, Newton, Darwin, Maxwell and Turing.
Our venue is the Cambridge DoubleTree Hilton. Price does not include
accommodation and you are welcome to book directly with the hotel,
http://www.doubletreecambridge.com/ Alternative hotels and guest
houses are easily available within walking distance in Cambridge.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org after booking for information about
hotels if your require it.
Cambridge is about 1 hour from London, with frequent and cheap
transport. Weather in Cambridge is good, with July having the most sun
and least rainfall on average, so a great time to visit the UK.
CHAR(11) is sponsored by 2ndQuadrant, 4CaaST project and EMC.
There will be a vendor's area and various technical demonstrations.
On Sunday 10 July there will be an organised tour of Bletchley Park,
the workplace of Alan Turing and the birthplace of the world's first
programmable computer, Colossus. £50. Booking required:
On July 13-15 2ndQuadrant are holding a special course on "Performance
& Scalability", taught by Greg Smith and Simon Riggs. £900 + VAT.
Limited places. Please book via info@2ndQuadrant.com
We look forward to seeing you there.
Simon Riggs http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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