The week of May 4th, 2020, we will have a series of 3 live webinars on the MySQL DocStore topic. With MySQL 8.0, developers can now use the same MySQL database for their NoSQL and SQL applications. To learn more about the MySQL Document Store feature, join us the week of May 4th for a series of 3 webinars, 1 webinar each day for 3 days at 9AM Pacific Time.
Our first webinar will be more business focused and will cover the business benefits of using the same database for both SQL and NoSQL.
The second webinar will be more technical and will give you a nice technical introduction of the MySQL document store as well as step-by-step instructions on how to use it.
Our third webinar will also be for a technical audience with deeper insight on how to leverage the dual SQL and NoSQL features of MySQL. You will discover how to turn unstructured JSON data temporarily into structured tables for use with SQL.
This webinar will cover the many business benefits of using the same database for SQL and NoSQL. We will talk about real customer use cases who use MySQL for both SQL and NoSQL in order to consolidate their data management.
The MySQL Document Store is a NoSQL JSON document database that is easy to learn to use and to master. You do not need to normalize data, set up tables, or do much of the traditional work needed to use a relational database. Simple connect to the server and start saving your data. And since your data is schema-less it is very simple to change your data format on the fly.
This webinar will allow show you in simple step-by-step instructions how to create a document collection, add your data, and then manage that data all without any Structured Query Language using the MySQL Shell.
In addition to MySQL's great performance as a relational database it can also be used as a NoSQL JSON Document Store. Your data is stored in an easy to read JSON format that is easily changeable as your needs change or your application evolves. This is all done without any Structured Query Language with an easy to use API that supports all popular programming languages. Plus you can easily turn the unstructured JSON data temporarily into structured tables for use with SQL if needed and also access that JSON data from SQL as to provide you with the best of both the NoSQL and SQL worlds.
Want to learn more about the MySQL Document Store? Download our white paper which covers the Top 10 reasons you should use MySQL Document Store for your NoSQL needs.
Can't wait for the live webinars? Check our on-demand webinars on the Document Store: