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InnoDB: What's New in MySQL 5.7

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

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!

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Scalable High-Availability Systems using MySQL Fabric

Thursday, December 17, 2015

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.

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MySQL 5.7, What's New in the Optimizer

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

There have been substantial improvements to the optimizer in MySQL 5.7. Most noticeably, users can now combine relational data with NoSQL. MySQL introduced a new JSON datatype & built-in JSON functions, and functional indexes are now supported through both stored and virtually generated columns. On the performance side, MySQL can avoid creating temporary tables for UNION ALL, enable range scans on IN queries with row value expressions, make use of condition filtering, and more. In addition to performance improvements, DBAs will enjoy the ability to run EXPLAIN on a running query as well as the new MySQL query rewrite plugin for handling potential performance regressions. Join this webinar to learn how you can leverage these new features!

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MySQL in SaaS, Part I: Security, Performance & Availability

Monday, January 25, 2016

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. Join this webinar to learn:

  • How to scale your SaaS applications with MySQL replication, leveraging the latest innovations
  • How to ensure both performance and business continuity with MySQL Fabric and the new MySQL Router
  • How to prevent security breaches and help you ensure regulatory compliance
  • How to effectively manage database backups

If you’re either already delivering SaaS applications or considering it, don't miss this webinar!

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Fully Elastic Real-Time Services with MySQL Cluster

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

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.

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MySQL in SaaS, Part II: Effective Monitoring for increased Performance, Security & Uptime

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

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!

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