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Oracle Information InDepth MySQL Edition January 2016
Happy New Year 2016! MySQL 5.7 became generally available in October 2015, and the excitement continues in 2016 as more and more MySQL users test the new features and functions in the product and share their experiences. Why not make it your New Year's resolution to learn the latest about MySQL and become the MySQL expert in your organization?
Yoav Abrahami, Chief Architect at Wix, a company that enables its users to create personalized, high-quality websites, shares his insights into why Wix found that using MySQL for the key/value use case is better than most of the dedicated NoSQL engines. He also shares the lessons Wix learned using MySQL as the NoSQL engine to handle tables with as many as 100 million records and throughput in the order of 200 thousand requests per minute. Read the article.
It has been nine months since Oracle first released its own MySQL Docker images. In this article, Yngve Svendsen, senior director of MySQL engineering services at Oracle, shares updates on where we are in Dockerland, and talks about some important security-related improvements lately made to the images. Read the article.
Wednesday, January 20, 9 a.m. PT MySQL 5.7 introduced substantial improvements in the optimizer, including the ability to combine relational data with NoSQL, a new JSON data type plus built-in JSON functions, as well as the support of functional indexes through both stored and virtually generated columns. Watch this webcast to learn how you can leverage these new features, along with additional performance enhancements. Register for the webcast.
Monday, January 25, 9 a.m. PT As the leading open source database for web-based applications, MySQL is extremely well suited to software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, used by leaders including Box, Dropbox, Zendesk, and many others. Watch this webcast to learn how to scale your SaaS applications, with optimal performance, security, and reliability using the latest features in MySQL replication, MySQL router, MySQL fabric and more. Register for the webcast.
Tuesday, February 16, 9 a.m. PT 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. The MySQL Cluster architecture allows the addition or removal of nodes without any service interruption. Its native Node.js platform and connectors for Java also make it easy to write real-time web-based applications in the cloud. This webcast will guide you through common architectures and a use case for elastic MySQL Cluster deployments. Register for the webcast.
Tuesday, February 16, 10 a.m. GMT The software-as-a-service (SaaS) market is large and growing. But delivering SaaS brings challenges on many levels, including the demands of 24x7 availability, high performance, backup, security, affordability, scalability, manageability, auditability, and easy integration. In this webcast, we will discuss these areas and demonstrate how MySQL's proven capabilities can help both new and seasoned SaaS vendors. Register for the webcast.
Tuesday, February 23, 9 a.m. PT Effective monitoring of your software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications is crucial to prevent security issues, ensure performance and uptime, and help you meet your customer service-level agreements. Effective monitoring also helps you increase operational efficiency and reduce costs. Part II of the MySQL in SaaS webcast series explains how MySQL Enterprise Monitor enables you to define security policies, obtain MySQL performance metrics, perform policy-based configuration and scheduling of automatic notifications, and much more. Register for the webcast.
Tuesday, March 22, 9 a.m. PT This presentation provides essential MySQL concepts and details for people with experience using other relational database management systems. We will cover MySQL installation, file organization, basic MySQL architecture and server design, connecting to MySQL, and MySQL backup options. Register for the webcast.
Thursday, March 31, 9 a.m. PT 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 webcast, MySQL Product Manager Morgan Tocker will explain the new JSON data type and the new set of functions for handling JSON documents, as well as available storage and indexing options. He will also present benchmarks in different use cases. Register for the webcast.
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