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The latest version of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor is built from the ground up to support the DevOps DBA and Developer.
With five scenarios based on real world issues encountered by customers, learn in this webinar how you can use the powerful features of MySQL Query Analysis and statistical visualization in MySQL Enterprise Monitor to diagnose and fix MySQL performance problems. Then learn how to apply these features in a continuous fashion as a valuable addition to your DevOps toolbox.
OpenStack has become an extremely popular solution to build clouds, as demonstrated by implementations at WalMart, Fujitsu and PayPal for example. Additionally, Database as a Service (DBaaS) is rapidly gaining momentum as it simplifies IT infrastructure, enables the delivery of more agile database services and lowers costs. DBaaS furthermore helps IT departments ensure database deployments are secure and managed according to best practices.
Join this webinar to better understand the benefits of implementing a Database as a Service solution with OpenStack and MySQL Enterprise Edition.
MySQL is a very popular choice among Oracle DBAs for Web-based, custom and departmental applications, either on premises or in the cloud. Oracle recently released a new version of Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database, enabling Oracle DBAs to more effectively manage the world's most popular open source database using their familiar management solution.
Join this webinar to learn more about differences and similarities between Oracle and MySQL databases. Oracle DBAs will learn how to manage MySQL via their existing Oracle Enterprise Manager interface, leveraging the latest features. Additionally, we will review how MySQL Enterprise Edition can further help you reduce the risk, cost and time to develop, deploy and manage MySQL applications.
Oracle provides a suite of tools to help you make the most of MySQL on Microsoft Windows. MySQL Workbench for example now includes an easy to use wizard for migrating Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Sybase ASE and other RDBMS tables, objects and data to MySQL. Developers and DBAs can quickly and easily convert existing applications to run on MySQL both on Windows and other platforms.
Join this webinar to better understand the benefits of using the world's most popular open source database, its seamless integration into the Windows environment and how to migrate to MySQL. We will run a step by step demo using the MySQL Workbench migration wizard.