This year, Oracle CloudWorld Las Vegas is happening in September 18-21. This is the annual event where Oracle leaders share newsworthy announcements, the latest real-world lessons, and new ideas from innovative customers.
In this webinar, we will have a look at the MySQL related announcements and will summarize it in this 1-hour virtual event for those who can’t travel to Las Vegas this year. It will be the perfect opportunity to have an overview of all the innovations around MySQL.
Do not miss this opportunity to know what’s new with MySQL!
Machine learning (ML) can be used to address various use cases such as fraud detection, product recommendations, predictive maintenance, and more. However, many organizations struggle to effectively implement ML based projects due the complexity involved in setting up the ML infrastructure, making the relevant data available to build models, preprocessing the data, training the models and the lack of transparency of the generated output.
In the virtual conference, we will show you how to overcome these challenges with the automated machine learning capabilities offered by MySQL HeatWave AutoML, which enable database users as well as business analysts to incorporate ML into their applications with ease and get fast, accurate results while lowering costs.
You will also see demos of using MySQL HeatWave on Oracle Cloud and on AWS.
In the era of data breaches, security issues can bring lots of headaches to any organization. Besides fines from authorities, bad reputation can put many customers away. Being able to protect important data from external threats, as well as control the increasing number of people who have internal access to the database systems means minimizing risks and ensuring that monitoring and prevention is in place.
Furthermore, to protect sensitive data and privacy of personal information, governments and industry organizations have developed multiple privacy regulations and data protection laws (GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPAA).
Discover how the latest MySQL Enterprise Edition includes the most comprehensive set of advanced features, management tools, and technical support to achieve the highest levels of MySQL security.
MySQL's first Innovation Release is out, 8.1.0, and with it, we're introducing MySQL InnoDB Cluster Read Replicas.
The main purpose of secondaries on MySQL InnoDB Cluster is to be ready to take over when a primary member has failed (High Availability). This is done using MySQL Group Replication. Another commonly used purpose for the secondaries is to use them to offload read workloads away from the primary. With MySQL InnoDB Cluster Read Replicas, it's now possible to add asynchronous replicas to the database topology, to be used to offload read traffic away from primary or secondaries, to have dedicated read replicas, special purpose read replicas (e.g. for reporting), or to scale beyond what the secondaries can handle by adding multiple read replicas.
This talk will cover the read replicas functionality, showcase its usage in different database architectures, and include a demonstration on its setup and management.