He is a Databases and Open Source technology enthusiast. Spent almost ten years working for world-leading technology companies, focusing on many aspects of a technology business, like infrastructure and security aspects of the application layer, but also middleware and web performance.
Lastly, his long-standing passion for open-source technology and databases led him to Oracle, working with MySQL, the leading open source database on the market, helping leading customers across Eastern Europe to successfully shape their projects.
During his time at MySQL, he has also been presenting at many events around Europe, like OpenSource Day Warsaw, OpenSource Day Lisbon, DevTalks Bucharest, Highload++ Moscow, DevOps Days Kazan, and others.
Learn about the latest trends in application development and data security, and how MySQL enables modern enterprises to follow and adopt those, translating business requirements into easy-to-realize use cases. All that thanks to capabilities like native NoSQL functionalities (which can integrate with the already well-known SQL model), support for containers and hybrid architectures, security roles, encryption functionalities, integrated firewall, and more.
That is how MySQL is rapidly becoming the leader database platform for the most increasingly growing companies.