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Why MySQL

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  • 1. Why MySQL? Inforsalud 2009 11.3.2009
  • 2. MySQL
    • The World's Most Popular Open Source Database
    • 3. > 11 million installations
    • 4. Community Edition (GPL)
    • 5. Full Enterprise support from MySQL AB
  • 6. Top Reasons to Use MySQL
    • Scalability and Flexibility
    • 7. High Performance
    • 8. High Availability
    • 9. Web and Data Warehouse Strengths
    • Strong Data Protection
    • 10. Comprehensive Application Development
    • 11. Management Ease
    • 12. Lowest Total Cost of Ownership
  • 13. Scalability and Flexibility (I) From a personal music library database on a desktop machine ... To a terabyte-size database on a multi-core server
  • 14. Scalability and Flexibility (II)
    • More than 20 platforms supported!
  • 15. High Performance
    • Study Case: Wikipedia servers
  • 16. High Availability (I)
    • Easy replication setup
  • 17. High Availability (II)
    • Ndb Cluster Engine
    (Data Nodes) NdbCluster Engine
      MySQL Server
    NdbCluster Engine
      MySQL Server
    NdbCluster Engine
      MySQL Server
  • 18. Strong Data Protection
    • Robust Transactional Support
      • Full ACID support
      • 19. Multi-version transaction
      • 20. Table or row level locking
      • 21. Referential Integrity
    • Powerful authentication system
    • 22. SSL and SSH connection support
    • 23. Flexible backup system (also hot backup)
    • 24. Recovering tools in case of hardware failure
  • 25. Web and Data Warehouse Strengths
    • MySQL: the “M” in LAMP/WAMP
    • 26. Specialised extensions for full text search and spacial applications
    • 27. MySQL Embedded server in Healthcare
    + + +
  • 28. Comprehensive Application Development
    • Supported:
    • C API
    • 34. ODBC, JDBC and ADO.NET connectors
    • 35. Libraries for PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Pascal, Tcl,...
  • 36. Management Ease
    • MySQL command line client and server tools
    • 37. MySQL GUI Tools
      • MySQL Administrator
      • 38. MySQL Query Browser
    • Other MySQL Tools
      • MySQL Benchwork
      • 39. MySQL Migration
    • MySQL Enterprise
    • 40. Monitor
    • 41. 3 rd Party Tools
  • 42. Lowest Total Cost of Ownership
    • http://www.mysql.com/tcosavings/
  • 43. MySQL users
  • 44. Further information Why MySQL: http://www.mysql.com/why-mysql/ MySQL customers: http://www.mysql.com/customers/ MySQL training careers: http://www.mysql.com/training/ Thank you for your time! Jaime Crespo MySQL Instructor < [email_address] >