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MySQL 5.0 for OEMs and ISVs
July 18, 2006
MySQL is the most popular database for ISVs, VARs, hardware vendors, and
network appliance manufactures who want to cost-effectively embed or
bundle a reliable, high-performance relational database.
MySQL enables them to:
* Focus core engineering resources on their products rather than
building and maintaining a proprietary database.
* Win competitive comparisons using a database that has earned
respect for its superior performance and reliability.
* Keep a larger share of the customer's budget by eliminating the
need for customers to purchase a separate database.
Learn how to use unique MySQL features to improve your competitive
advantage in the marketplace. In this webinar, which is designed
specifically for OEMs and ISVs, you will learn:
* How to choose the right pluggable storage engine for your needs.
* Meet regulatory data archiving requirements with the Archive
Storage Engine â€“ New in 5.0!
* Access data across physical servers using the Federated Storage
Engine -- New in 5.0!
* Mix and match storage engines in one application.
* Use triggers, stored procedures and views. Session examples include:
o Triggers for simple data encryption
o Stored Procedures for encapsulating business rules
o Views for hiding sensitive data
* To increase speed and manageability by embedding the MySQL Server
Library into your application.
* About migrating from other database systems using the MySQL
* Other topics include new data dictionary information, additional
SQL modes and OEM/ISV support options.
To register, go to:
WHO: Lee Stigile, Sales Engineer, MySQL AB
WHAT: MySQL 5.0 for OEMs and ISVs web presentation
WHEN: Tuesday, July 18, 2006: 10:00am PDT, 1:00 EDT, 17:00 GMT (the
presentation will be approximately 45 minutes long followed by Q&A)
WHERE: Simply access the web seminar from the comfort of your own office.
WHY: To get expert insight on MySQL 5.0 for OEM and ISVâ€™s.
To register go to:
204500 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014
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