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Join this webinar to learn the basics of MySQL Cluster: when to use it and when not to use it, how to install, configure, administer and access it. MySQL Cluster is an open source, ACID-compliant transactional database designed to deliver real-time in-memory performance and 99.999 % availability. It powers the subscriber databases of major communications service providers and is used in global fraud detection for financial transactions. Developers and DBAs attending this technical presentation will better understand how to use MySQL Cluster to meet the database challenges of next generation web, cloud, and communications services with uncompromising scalability, uptime and agility.
A very common use case for MySQL is in monitoring and management applications, including for networks, systems and devices as well as various security applications. The Internet of Things and the related proliferation of monitored items & growing data volumes are generating increasing demands and challenges for those applications.
MySQL's high performance, reliability, scalability, and zero administration capabilities have made it an excellent fit for monitoring & management systems. By taking advantage of some of the new capabilities in MySQL 5.7 and knowing best practices for managing large and growing data sets, you can improve MySQL's performance in your applications. In this webinar, you'll learn about:
This is an interactive session so come with your questions! You'll be able to ask them throughout and at the end of our webinar.
MySQL 5.7 is an extremely exciting new version of the world’s most popular open source database that is 2x faster than MySQL 5.6 and offers improved manageability and security. Join this webinar to learn about the key MySQL 5.7 enhancements including JSON support, InnoDB performance and scalability improvements, replication enhancements, performance schema, the MySQL SYS schema, security, GIS, optimizer improvements and more.
MySQL replication enables the scalability and high availability of many of the world’s busiest services, particularly web services operating at scale. MySQL 5.7 delivers a very appealing set of new replication features including better semi-synchronous replication, enhanced multithreaded slave performance, improved monitoring, online configuration changes, options for tuning replication stream performance, support for advanced topologies, and more. Join this webinar to better understand the new MySQL 5.7 replication features allowing you to build rock-solid services for highly demanding workloads. You’ll also learn about features available through labs.myql.com such as Group Replication.
Join this webinar to learn about the new InnoDB features, enhancements and performance improvements available in MySQL 5.7. We will cover recovery improvements, general tablespaces, virtual columns (functional indexes for JSON support), native partitioning, Full-Text Search pluggable parsers and CJK support, data definition language (DDL) improvements, transparent page compression, R-tree indexes (for GIS support), dynamic buffer pool resize and better instrumentation via performance schema.
This webinar will help you effectively leverage those innovations, don't miss it!
Building scalable, high-availability systems offers several challenges: managing the redundancy in the MySQL Database farm using replication, monitoring the system to find hotspots and re-balancing the system, automating scaling reads and writes, upgrades and replacement without downtime. MySQL Fabric is a framework for building scalable, high-availability systems that are easy to use and flexible. Join this session to learn about the new features in MySQL Fabric and how you can use it to build a high-availability system or enhance your existing system.