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Webinar: MyISAM to InnoDB migration

 | November 8, 2010 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements, MySQL


Register now for a free Percona webinar about migrating your MyISAM databases to InnoDB. Save the date: Dec 1, 2010 at 9:00 AM PST (California) time.

Update: the date was originally listed as December 2nd, but that was a mistake. It’s December 1st.

We know that not everyone can attend expensive conferences that require travel. We’re going to be doing highly technical webinars regularly, to help those people get some of the same kind of content they might get at the conferences where we present. This is our first such webinar.

With the change in default storage engine from MyISAM to InnoDB in the upcoming MySQL 5.5 release, we expect that a lot of users will be wanting to learn more about the benefits of switching to InnoDB, as well as topics such as:

  • What kind of contraindications there are
  • What the process might look like
  • How much time and effort (and cost) will be involved
  • How to decide whether you should switch, or stay on MyISAM

Matt Yonkovit will cover those and many more topics. Register now to reserve your spot in this webinar. The webinar is free, but space is limited, so be sure to sign up soon. Again, the date is Dec 1, 2010 at 9:00 AM PST.

Baron Schwartz

Baron is the lead author of High Performance MySQL. He is a former Percona employee.


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