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Join Mike Frank, Product Management Director, to see how you can use new and existing MySQL security features to protect your data. You'll not only learn about the new security features but most importantly, you'll understand how to implement them together as a coordinated solution within your organization. That's where "the rubber hits the road", and it represents the path to proper security. How do you manage permissions, encryption and keys (symmetric or asymmetric), data validation as vertical capabilities and other functions as a complete solution? That's what you'll learn. With the new MySQL Enterprise Encryption you have more options to secure your data than ever before, and ways to do so protecting your databases against both external threats and internal misuse of information.
Join Mike for a trip through use cases and patterns and learn how to apply those best practices in your own organization!
How important is your data? Can you afford to lose it? What about just some of it? What would be the impact if you couldn't access it for a minute, an hour, a day or a week?
Different applications can have very different requirements for High Availability. Some need 100% data reliability with 24x7x365 read & write access while many others are better served by a simpler approach with more modest HA ambitions.
MySQL has an array of High Availability solutions ranging from simple backups, through replication and shared storage clustering - all the way up to 99.999% available shared nothing, geographically replicated clusters. These solutions also have different 'bonus' features such as full InnoDB compatibility, in-memory real-time performance, linear scalability and SQL & NoSQL APIs.
The purpose of this webinar is to help you decide where your application sits in terms of HA requirements and discover which of the MySQL solutions best fit the bill. It will also cover what you need outside of the database to ensure High Availability - state of the art monitoring being a prime example.
Performance of SQL queries plays a big role in application performance. If some queries execute slowly, these queries or the database schema may need tuning. This webinar covers how the MySQL optimizer chooses a specific plan to execute SQL queries. We will show you how to use tools such as EXPLAIN (including the new JSON-based output) and Optimizer Trace to analyze query plans. We will also review how the Visual Explain functionality available in MySQL Workbench helps us visualize these plans. The webinar will also contain several examples of how to take advantage of the query analysis to improve performance of MySQL queries.