MySQL adopts a very different approach to 'NoSQL' than other databases. With the memcached plugin, MySQL provides the speed and high availability benefits of a standard 'NoSQL' database solution, while mitigating many of the drawbacks to this approach.
A traditional memcached application bypasses the SQL layer entirely, and stores all its data in memory. This makes data access extremely fast, but there is a risk that the data will disappear in the event of a system problem.
The MySQL memcached plugin for InnoDB also bypasses the SQL and optimization layers, resulting in excellent performance. It goes further, writing key-value data directly to InnoDB tables. The result is fast data access while retaining the advantages provided by the existing relational database infrastructure, such as the ability to run complex queries with SQL, maintain data integrity, provide real-time analytics to the business, and work with big data platforms such as Hadoop.
MySQL Developers can learn about topics such as using NoSQL and memcached, as well as much more in the MySQL for Developers course.
This live 5-day instructor-led course is available as a:
|Location||Date|| Delivery Language |
| Vienna, Austria || 17 November 2014 ||German|
| Brussels, Belgium || 12 May 2014 ||English|
| Sao Paolo, Brazil || 12 May 2014 || Brazilian Portuguese |
| London, England || 29 September 2014 ||English|
| Rome, Italy || 19 May 2014 ||Italian|
| Nairobi, Kenya || 19 May 2014 ||English|
| Petaling Jaya, Malaysia || 14 April 2014 ||English|
| Utrecht, Netherlands || 12 May 2014 ||English|
| Makati City, Philippines || 29 September 2014 ||English|
| Lisbon, Portugal || 26 May 2014 || European Portuguese |
| Porto, Portugal || 26 May 2014 || European Portuguese |
| Madrid, Spain || 3 November 2014 ||Spanish|
| Valencia, Spain || 24 November 2014 ||Spanish|
| Basel, Switzerland || 4 August 2014 ||German|
| Bern, Switzerland || 4 August 2014 ||German|
| Zurick, Switzerland || 4 August 2014 ||German|
To register for an event, request an additional event, or learn more about the authentic MySQL Curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/mysql.