My Presentation Slides on Oracle MySQL

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Migrating to MySQL might seem attractive from a cost perspective, but is your application really a good candidate for this? What will you need to change? What features of your current database do you rely on, and which features in MySQL might be a good replacement or substitute? What is the likely cost and effort of a typical migration project?

We will go through several aspects like:
1) why use MySQL,
2) what are the most common cases,
3) what kind of reporting is useful to produce for good migration planning,
4) what needs to be done to reduce the risk of failures, and
5) last but not least, what are the similarities and the differences we should take into consideration.

Personal experience and real world cases will be discussed during the presentation.

Track: Best Practices for Businesses


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About the Author

With nearly three decades of experience, Marco is still fascinated by technology and its evolution, but his passion has since evolved with an emphasis on the human interaction — whether he is helping to develop his team’s capabilities or his relationships with his clients, Marco enjoys helping people personally and professionally. His colleagues and clients can always rely on him to “find a needle in a haystack” when others are unable to identify a solution. He credits this ability to using reverse brainstorming — starting with the root of an issue and working back. When he isn’t working, Marco can be found spending time with his family and playing sports.

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MySQL bi-weekly news 04/26/2012 | The Pythian Blog
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