October 24, 2014

Join me for ‘MySQL 5.6: Advantages in a Nutshell.’ Webinar. March 6 at 10 a.m. PST

"MySQL 5.6: Advantages in a Nutshell." March 6 at 10 a.m. PST with host Peter Zaitsev.

“MySQL 5.6: Advantages in a Nutshell.” March 6 at 10 a.m. PST with host Peter Zaitsev.

This Wednesday (March 6 at 10 a.m. PST) I’ll be presenting a webinar titled “MySQL 5.6: Advantages in a Nutshell.” In this presentation, I will provide a brief overview of the advantages MySQL 5.6 offers. My focus is a practical one – to identify the conditions in which one or another feature can be successfully used providing significant gain, explicitly or transparently. There has been a lot of pretty cool stuff done in MySQL 5.6 and my goal is to get you excited to learn more and try it out.

Reserve your spot now and join me on Wednesday by registering for this free webinar. Please feel free to ask questions, as this will be an interactive event focusing on all things related to MySQL 5.6.

More info on the webinar

The long-awaited MySQL 5.6 is now generally available. You may find yourself wondering what advantages MySQL 5.6 provides and if the benefits exceed the effort of upgrading. This rapidly paced technical session, featuring Percona CEO & founder Peter Zaitsev, will provide an overview of the most important developments in MySQL 5.6 including the new optimizer, replication, and transparency features.

“MySQL 5.6: Advantages in a Nutshell” will be recorded for your convenience. If you missed it, or want to view it again, please visit the Percona MySQL Webinars page, where all of our past sessions are also available for playback. For recent and related posts from Peter on MySQL 5.6, please check out “Percona Welcomes MySQL 5.6!” and “Is MySQL 5.6 slower than MySQL 5.5?

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Save 15% on admission to next month’s Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, Calif. Just enter the following discount code at checkout: PerWebinar1. Register here for the event, which runs April 22-25. Note: This code is available for a limited time only.
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About Peter Zaitsev

Peter managed the High Performance Group within MySQL until 2006, when he founded Percona. Peter has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and is an expert in database kernels, computer hardware, and application scaling.

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