MySQL Technical Overview

Saturday, March 19, 2005 - 9:00am
MIT Room 34-101
Hans Zaunere

MySQL is the 'M' in LAMP, the popular open source application stack that comprises Linux, Apache, MySQL and any one or more of PHP, Python or Perl. This seminar will focus on MySQL under the hood and its unique storage engine architecture. By utilizing a modular design, MySQL server provides solutions that meet different technical requirements such as those typical of high volume web sites, OLAP/OLTP applications or clustering environments. This seminar will also introduce database users to the enterprise features available in MySQL. Attendees will learn how to use MySQL in their environments. Attendees will also learn about the upcoming release of MySQL 5.0.

Who Should Attend ?

This technical overview will in particular benefit system architects and those who are new to MySQL. Software managers, CTOs, programmers and DBAs will also benefit from learning about some advantages of MySQL.

Seminar in Detail: 
  • MySQL Company and Open Source Overview
  • Basic MySQL Architecture
  • Storage Engine Review
  • Conclusion

Advanced Registration Price: $80.00 Good until Monday, 03/14/2005
Regular Price: $90.00

Hans Zaunere is a sales engineer and consultant at MySQL, Inc. His role in MySQL, Inc. gives him the opportunity to deliver mission critical management and architectural guidance for Fortune 500 companies. He has established several core development communities such as New York PHP and AMP Technology. He is also on the Board of Advisors for the New York City BSD User Group. Mr. Zaunere leverages technology and open source for businesses worldwide.

Title: MySQL Certification Study Guide
Author(s): Paul DuBois, Stefan Hinz, Carsten Pedersen
Publisher: SAMS Publishing
List price: $49.95
PDS price: $35.00
Jim Byrd

MIT is at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, just on the north side of Memorial
Drive(on the north shore of the Charles River), in Cambridge, MA.

Map showing the MIT campus. The red building is Bldg. 34; the Kendall T-Station is on Main Street off the right side of the map.

Building 34 is located on Vassar Street about half way between
Main Street and Massachusetts Ave. It is a small square building turned
45 degrees to the street so it may look like a diamond, especially with
a glass atrium entrance. Building 34 is set back a few yards from the
street and the line of other buildings. It is between buildings 36 and

Vassar Street on the other side of Mass Ave has a parking lot, a garage, and plenty of spaces on the street.
MIT West Annex Lot and West Garage

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