Tuesday Jul 24, 2012

Early Bird Registration Rate for MySQL Connect Ends on July 27

If you haven't already registered for MySQL Connect, now is the time to do it.

Looking for the right reason to attend? Here are the TOP THREE REASONS...

  • You'll get the chance to hear directly from users including PayPal, Verizon, Twitter, Facebook, Ticketmaster, Ning, Mozilla, CERN, Yahoo! and more, about best practices for deploying MySQL based solutions.
  • Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet the engineers developing and supporting the MySQL products, all in a single location. You'll be able to ask them all your questions and provide them feedback.
  • Acquire detailed knowledge about the latest innovations in InnoDB, the MySQL Optimizer, high availability strategies, performance and scalability, security improvements and numerous other topics. You'll hear it straight "from the horse's mouth" and from other MySQL experts in the ecosystem.

Early bird registration rate offering a saving of $500 ends this friday, July 27. Don't miss out...Register Now.

 

  • Monday Aug 01, 2011

    More New MySQL 5.6 Early Access Features

    Last week was a banner week for MySQL at OSCON. We had many MySQL developers meeting with the MySQL community, conducting technical sessions, leading BOF sessions, working the exhibit hall, and confirming Oracle's leadership in the technical evolution of MySQL.  The highlight of the week was the unveiling of even more 5.6 early access InnoDB and Replication features that are now available for early adopters to download, evaluate and shape via labs.mysql.com.  

    InnoDB is one of MySQL's "crown jewels" and beginning in 5.5 is now the default storage engine.  The following 5.6 feature improvements are in direct response to community and customer feedback and requests.  The new 5.6 early access features include:


    • Full-text search
    • REDO log files max size extended to 2 TB
    • UNDO logs on their own tablespace
    • Buffer Pool options for pre-loading/warming on re-start
    • Improved auto-extension of .ibd files
    • Support for smaller 4k, 8k page sizes

    Replication is by far the most popular and widely used MySQL feature. The following feature improvements in 5.6 are also in direct response to community and customer feedback and requests.  The new 5.6 early access features include:
    • New Binlog API
    • Binlog group commit (completes InnoDB group commit implemented in MySQL 5.5)
    • Durable Slave Reads
    • Enhanced multi-threaded slaves
    You can read about the details, including development blogs on how to get started with each in this new DevZone article.  My sincere thanks and appreciation to the InnoDB and Replication development teams for their leadership in technical innovation and mind share and for their dedicated work in providing these and other new features "early and often" to the MySQL community.  Stay tuned for more to come!

    We can't say this "early and often" enough...thanks for your continued support of MySQL!
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