Why and How to Migrate Application Workloads from Microsoft SQL Server to MySQL
With Microsoft ending its Support for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 this summer, it’s time to look at database alternatives. MySQL 8.0 is a great choice. It’s the most used database. It’s open sourced, and it makes data migration easy.
This Webcast will help you learn the best practices. Discover how easy and seamless users can Migrate application from SQL Server to MySQL.
Topics to be covered:
- Architecture Differences b/w SQL Server & MySQL
- Component Differences b/w SQL Server & MySQL
Monitoring Tools, Backup Tools, Security Features, High Availability
Data Migration via Workbench, Stored Procedure Migration, Function Migration, Trigger Migration, Views Migration, Real Time Migration Challenges & Workarounds
- Chandan Kumar, MySQL Sr. Solution Architect Oracle