Monday Feb 24, 2014

Beginning on the MySQL Command Line

If you are starting out on the MySQL command line client, you might be interested in the following information.

When you use the MySQL command line client, it is often useful to log the commands you enter and the response you receive back from the MySQL server. The MySQL 'tee' command allows you to do this very simply and conveniently. Just enter 'tee' followed by the path to the file you want to log the session to (normally referred to as the 'tee' file). From that point on, all your session activity is logged to that file. To cancel tee file logging, just execute 'notee'.

To learn more about getting started on the MySQL Database, take the MySQL for Beginners training course. You can take this 4-day course through the following delivery methods:

  • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following the course at your own pace.
  • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk - no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different timezones.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule.

Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Brussels, Belgium

 17 March 2014

 English

 Sao Paolo, Brazil

 5 May 2014

 Brazilian Portuguese

 Cairo, Egypt

 23 March 2014

 Arabic

 London, England

 24 March 2014

 English

 Turin, Italy

 12 May 2014

 Italian

 Nairobi, Kenya

 10 March 2014

 English

 Riga, Latvia

 26 May 2014

  Latvian 

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 

12 May 2014 

 English

Mexico City, Mexico 

 21 April 2014

Spanish 

 San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico

 3 March 2014

 Spanish

  Utrecht, Netherlands

17 March 2014 

English 

 Lagos, Nigeria

14 April 2014 

 English

 Warsaw, Poland

31 March 2014 

 Polish

 Lisbon, Portugal

 14 April 2014

 European Portuguese

 Porto, Portugal

14 April 2014 

European Portuguese 

To register for an event, request an additional event or learn more about the authentic MySQL curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/mysql.

Monday Feb 17, 2014

MySQL Connectors, a Real Plus for Developers

MySQL Connectors provide connectivity to the MySQL server for client programs. APIs provide low-level access to the MySQL protocol and MySQL resources. Both Connectors and the APIs enable you to connect and execute MySQL statements from another language or environment. Oracle provides a number of these, enabling developers to build database applications in the language of their choice. Among those developed by Oracle are drivers for JDBC and ODBC. Any system that works with JDBC or ODBC can use MySQL. And you can find many more, including drivers for PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Tcl and even Eiffel!

To get a head start on developing with MySQL, take the MySQL for Developers training course. This 5-day training course, created with the MySQL experts, is available as a:

  • Live-Virtual Event: Take this course from your own desk - no travel required. You can choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different timezones.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this course. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule.

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Brussels, Belgium

 12 May 2014

 English

 Sao Paolo, Brazil

 12 May 2014

 Brazilian Portuguese

 Milan, Italy

 7 April 2014

 Italian

 Rome, Italy

 10 March 2014

 Italian

 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

 21 April 2014

 English

 Utrecht, Netherlands

 12 May 2014

 English

 Makati City, Philippines

 17 March 2014

 English

 Lisbon, Portugal

 26 May 2014

 European Portuguese

 Porto, Portugal

 26 May 2014

 European Portuguese

 Singapore

 17 February 2014

 English

 Madrid, Spain

 17 March 2014

 Spanish

 Valencia, Spain

 21 April 2014

 Spanish

To register for an event, request an additional event or learn more about the authentic MySQL curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/mysql.

Prove your MySQL Developer skills by taking the MySQL 5.6 Developers certification exam which is well aligned with the MySQL for Developers training course.

Monday Feb 10, 2014

MySQL Cluster is a Resilient and Scalable Database Platform

MySQL Cluster is a highly resilient and scalable database platform designed to deliver 99.999% availability with features such as self-healing and online operations, and capable of performing over 1,00,000,000 updates per minute. The full feature set includes development and management platforms alongside monitoring and administration tools, all backed by Oracle Premier Lifetime Support.

To learn more about MySQL Cluster, consider taking the MySQL Cluster training. Events already on the schedule for this 3-day instructor-led course include:

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Berlin, Germany

 26 May 2014

 German

 Munich, Germany

 14 April 2014

 German

  Rome, Italy

 17 February 2014

 Italian

 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

 16 July 2014

 English

 Warsaw, Poland

 12 March 2014

 Polish

 San Francisco, CA, United States

 28 May 2014

 English

To register for this course, to request an additional event, or to learn more about the authentic MySQL curriculum go to http://education.oracle.com/mysql.

Monday Feb 03, 2014

How Important is the Performance of Your Database

Whether you are a database administrator, database application developer, web developer, system administrator or system architect, if you are working with a database system such as the MySQL Server, you will want to ensure the best possible performance. 

To learn about the great performance you can get from a MySQL Database, visit Dimitri's blog.

If you have experience maintaining a database server, can use MySQL tools and have knowledge of general SQL statements and SQL tuning principles, consider taking the MySQL Performance Tuning course. In this 4-day instructor-led course, you will learn about:

  • What to tune and why
  • Monitoring, benchmarking and stress tools
  • Problem and pitfall identification
  • Evaluating and improving performance
  • Improving query cache results
  • InnoDB's role in MySQL performance
  • Designing for performance
  • MySQL Optimizer
  • Performance impact of choices in hardware, OS, logging and backup

You can take this course through the following three delivery methods:

  • Training-on-Demand: Train at your own pace, starting within 24 hours of registration with streaming-video of classroom delivery and full access to lab environments.
  • Live-Virtual Events: Follow a live class from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different timezones.
  • In-Class Events: Travel to an education center to take this course. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule.

Location Date Delivery Language
 Brussels, Belgium
 10 June 2014
 English
 London, England
 14 April 2014
 English
 Rome, Italy
 1 April 2014
 Italian
 Tokyo, Japan
 17 March 2014
 Japanese
 Riga Latvia
 29 September 2014
 Latvian
 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
 5 May 2014
 English
 Utrecht, Netherlands
 10 June 2014
 English
Warsaw, Poland
24 February 2014
 Polish
 Barcelona, Spain
 3 March 2014
 Spanish
 Istanbul, Turkey
 3 March 2014
 Turkish
To learn more about this course, register for an event, request an additional event or learn more about the authentic MySQL curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/mysql.
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