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Tuesday, 30 June 2015


Flash for MySQL: How to Increase Performance and Lower Costs

Register Now Date: Thursday, July 9, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM ET/ 11:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 min

Is your MySQL database storage plan killing your datacenter efficiency? The traditional storage approach for MySQL databases is to deploy servers in master/slave pairs. The master is part of a larger cluster where database rows are horizontally 'shared' across multiple masters to enable scale-out. Slaves are used for off-load of read traffic and act as fail-over nodes in the event that a master server crashes or data gets corrupted. Since database corruption and server crashes are rare, many slaves sit idly, taking up space, power, and requiring expensive cooling.

Attend this Webinar and you'll learn about options that allow you to de-couple slaves from masters and consolidate servers, resolving sever sprawl without putting your data at risk. In this one-hour presentation, we'll give you:

  • Four viable options for addressing server sprawl
  • A simple, yet effective option to reduce server count by up to 50%
  • Ways to time and money by changing the way your masters replicate to your pool of slaves

Register now to attend this webinar and as an added bonus you'll receive the white paper "Optimize MySQL Cluster Environments with HGST Flash Pools."

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Featured Speaker:

Walter Hinton
Global Director
Software & Solutions


System Requirements and Technical Support

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