Unless you were in Sydney for linux.conf.au 2018 last week you probably didn’t see my talk Geographically distributed multi-master replication with PostgreSQL and BDR. Luckily for you it’s on archive.org and YouTube.
If you’re interested in multi-master replication of any sort, even non-PostgreSQL-based multi-master, it should be worth taking a look. The talk could’ve been better titled “Understand Multi-Master and if it’s right for you” or “Physics is Mean”.
Comments and questions are welcome – @craig2ndq.
You can also just Next Day Video for the amazing work they did on the recordings, to the conference conveners, the organizing team and volunteers.
I really enjoyed at linux.conf.au. It was a lovely community conference that has kept its relaxed culture and soul despite a growing base of business-focused professional attendees.
I would like to give a shout out to a few outstanding speakers while I’m here:
- Karen Sandler – Keynote: Six Years Later, or Hey, did you ever get the source code to that thing in your heart?
- Lilly Ryan – Don’t Look Back in Anger: Wildman Whitehouse and the Great Failure of 1858
- … and some great Lightning talks
Find more talks on the @nextdayvideo twitter stream.