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Software as a Service, or SaaS, is a software delivery model that requires developing applications that are scalable, highly available and secure for hundreds or thousands of simultaneous users. SaaS also drives the need for streamlined administration and professional tools. Maintaining SLAs make all these requirements even more critical. Using MySQL, the leading database for Web-based applications, can help SaaS developers/vendors meet all of these challenges. Join MySQL technical expert John Kehoe to learn best practices for using MySQL in SaaS. John will cover the following topics, in Part I of our two-part series:
In Part II next month, John will focus on achieving High Performance and Availability in a Clustered Environment. If distribute your applications via SaaS, or plan to, you won’t want to miss Part I, or Part II!