MySQL Cluster is an open source, ACID-compliant transactional database designed to deliver real-time in-memory performance and 99.999 percent availability. It powers the subscriber databases of major communications service providers and networks supporting over a billion mobile phone users worldwide. MySQL Cluster is also used in global fraud detection for financial transactions and serves massive multiplayer online gaming back-ends.
The MySQL Cluster architecture allows the addition or removal of nodes without any service interruption. It adapts to capacity demands making resources available instantaneously and when needed. Its native Node.js platform and connectors for Java make it easy to write real-time web-based applications in the cloud. This webinar will guide you through common architectures and a use case for elastic MySQL Cluster deployments.
Effective monitoring of your SaaS Applications is crucial to prevent security issues, ensure performance & uptime and help you meet your customer Service Levels Agreements (SLAs). Effective monitoring also helps you increase operational efficiency & reduce costs. Join part II of our MySQL in SaaS webinar series to learn how the MySQL Enterprise Monitor enables you to:
- Define security policies with the new Access Controls Lists (ACLs)
- Obtain easy to understand MySQL performance metrics via charts and on-demand reports
- Perform over 30 detailed checks for common security issues
- Get operationally-focused overviews highlighting availability, throughput, response time and critical events
- Perform policy-based configuration and scheduling of automatic notifications & alerts
- And much more!
Don't miss this opportunity to learn and get all your questions answered by Oracle expert Mark Matthews!
You already know what DDL and DML are and how to use a RDBMS, but you now need to use MySQL. This talk is designed to provide MySQL concepts and details so that someone already experienced with a database can skip to the important stuff. Some areas covered include MySQL installation, file organization, basic MySQL architecture and server design, talking to MySQL and backups.
With the newly added native JSON support in MySQL 5.7, you can combine the flexibility of NoSQL with the strength of a relational database. In this webinar, Morgan will explain the new JSON datatype and the new set of functions for handling JSON documents, available storage and indexing options. In addition, he will present benchmarks showing how much one can expect from the MySQL database in different use case scenarios.