Miguel Ángel Nieto

Love your Data

  • Database Administrator
  • System Administrator
  • Machine Learning Engineer

MIGUEL ÁNGEL NIETO

I take care of your Data!

Hello There!

Welcome and thanks for visiting! Let's introduce myself. I have more than 12 years of experience in different IT positions. I have been System Administrator, Technical Account Manager, DBA, Consultant, Support Manager, Support Engineer, System Operator, Technical Trainer for really different customers like banks, governments, startups, marketing companies and so on. I worked in very different projects using hundreds of services and technologies. For that reason, one day I decided to concentrate my efforts on one single field and that is why nowadays I work as Senior Technical Engineer at Percona, in a position mix of Support, RemoteDBA and Consultancy. I could say that I did it! Databases are my main field nowadays.

I live in La Rioja (Spain) but I work remotely sharing the working space with my cat, that usually loves to walk over the keyboard and write messages to customers and colleagues. Some of them actually suspect that it is my cat the one who solves the problems. That is a secret only my close friends know.

Enough talking about work! What I do in my free time? When I have some vacation days I buy a flight ticket to some far away country to dive in the ocean. Following sharks, manta rays and whales around the world is my way to escape from the day to day routine. Electronic music festivals (I'm looking at you Tomorrowland), Trance music, Videogames, American TV Series and Sports are other ways I have to spend time. If I can mix them with beer, even better.

Well, enjoy the web, read my blog posts and contact me if you will. Have a nice day.

Birthdate 12/1982
Skype miguelangelnieto.net
Email correo@miguelangelnieto.net
Website www.miguelangelnieto.net
Address La Rioja, Spain

EMPLOYMENT

  • 01
    Senior Technical Services Engineer

    Percona LLC

    Investigation and resolution of Support/RemoteDBA/Routine Consulting issues. MySQL, MySQL Cluster (NDB), MariaDB, Amazon's RDS, Percona XtraBackup, Percona Toolkit, Percona Server, Percona XtraDB Cluster, MongoDB.

    10/2011-Today


  • 02
    Technical Consultant - Technical Account Manager

    Arsys

    Handling and designing the biggest and more complex consulting projects for Arsys' customers. Windows 2008, GNU/Linux, HA, Load Balancing, Clustering, Cloud Computing, MySQL and SQL Server databases, Apache, IIS, Plesk, Cpanel (WHM), Exchange 2010, Postfix, Veritas Backup, VMWare, XenApp...

    01/2011-09/2011


  • 03
    System Administrator

    Irontec

    Specialized in SMTP, Web, virtualization, monitorization and security. Deployment and administration of Web, Email, Network, Monitoring, Security, Virtualization services to different customers followed by the subsequent support service. Administration of the shared hosting service of Irontec. Training and consultancy about free software technologies.

    5/2007-12/2010


  • 04
    System Operator

    Kider

    Technical support, hardware maintenance, installation and configuration of software on Windows (office and design software) and Linux (e-mail, security and database services). Network control and security with intrusion detector solutions.

    12/2003-4/2007

CERTIFICATIONS

  • 01
    Machine Learning Engineer

    Udacity MLND

    2017


  • 02
    Data Analysis

    Udacity DAND

    2016


  • 03
    MongoDB DBA

    C100DBA

    2015


  • 04
    MySQL 5.6 DBA

    1Z0-883

    2015


  • 05
    Citrix XenApp 6

    CCA

    2011


  • 06
    MySQL 5.0 Dev

    SCMDEV

    2011


  • 07
    MySQL Cluster 5.1

    1Z0-875

    2010


  • 08
    Oracle 11g

    Administrator Certified Associate

    2010


  • 09
    MySQL 5.0 DBA

    SCMDBA

    2009


  • 10
    Cisco

    CCENT

    2009


  • 11
    GNU/Linux

    LPIC-1

    2009

Lastets Posts

  •  
    Services Monitoring with Probabilistic Fault Detection

    In this blog post, we’ll discuss services monitoring using probabilistic fault detection. Let’s admit it, the task of monitoring services is one of the most difficult. It is time-consuming, error-prone and difficult to automate. The usual monitoring

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  •  
    Ad-hoc Data Visualization and Machine Learning with mysqlshell

    In this blog post, I am going to show how we can use mysqlshell to run ad-hoc data visualizations and use machine learning to predict new outcomes from the data. Some time ago Oracle released MySQL Shell,

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  •  
    How X Plugin Works Under the Hood

    In this blog post, we’ll look at what MySQL does under the hood to transform NoSQL requests to SQL (and then store them in InnoDB transactional engine) when using the X Plugin. X Plugin allows MySQL to

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  •  
    MHA Quick Start Guide

    MHA (Master High Availability Manager and tools for MySQL) is one of the most important pieces of our managed services. When properly set up, it can check replication health, move writer and reader virtual IPs, perform failovers,

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  •  
    Amazon RDS and pt-online-schema-change

    In this blog post, I discuss some of the insights needed when using Amazon RDS and pt-online-schema-change together. The pt-online-schema-change tool runs DDL queries (ALTER) online so that the table is not locked for reads and writes.

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