Following requests received during earlier MySQL Cluster webinars, a new (and as always, free) webinar has been scheduled which focuses on MySQL Cluster Replication. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday 10 September and you can register at http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-415.html
I’ll be on-line during the webinar, answering questions.
MySQL Cluster: Geographic Replication Deep-Dive
Thursday, September 10, 2009
MySQL Cluster has been deployed into some of the most demanding web, telecoms and enterprise / government workloads, supporting 99.999% availability with real time performance and linear write scalability.
Tune into this webinar where you can hear from the Director of MySQL Server Engineering provide a detailed “deep dive” into one of MySQL Cluster’s key capabilities – Geographic Replication.
In this session, you will learn how using Geographic Replication enables your applications to :
- achieve higher levels of availability within a data center or across a WAN
- locate data closer to users, providing lower latency access
- replicate to other MySQL storage engines for complex data analysis and reporting of real time data
- how to get started with Geographic Replication
- Tomas Ulin, Director, MySQL Server Technologies
- Matthew Keep, MySQL Cluster Product Management
MySQL Cluster: Geographic Replication Deep-Dive web presentation.
Thursday, September 10, 2009: 09:30 Pacific time (America)
|Thu, Sep 10:||06:30 Hawaii time|
|Thu, Sep 10:||10:30 Mountain time (America)|
|Thu, Sep 10:||11:30 Central time (America)|
|Thu, Sep 10:||12:30 Eastern time (America)|
|Thu, Sep 10:||16:30 UTC|
|Thu, Sep 10:||17:30 Western European time|
|Thu, Sep 10:||18:30 Central European time|
|Thu, Sep 10:||19:30 Eastern European time|
The presentation will be approximately 45 minutes long followed by Q&A.
Simply access the web seminar from the comfort of your own office.
To learn more about how you can use Geographic Replication in MySQL Cluster 7.0 to build real time, high performance applications delivering continuously available database services.