Cloud-Native Patterns and the Benefits of MySQL as a Platform Managed Service

August 27, 2019
You can’t have cloud-native applications without a modern approach to databases and backing services. Data professionals are looking for ways to transform how databases are provisioned and managed. In this webinar, we’ll cover practical strategies you can employ to deliver improved business agility at the data layer. We’ll discuss the impact that microservices are having in the enterprise, and what this means for MySQL and other popular databases. Join us and learn the answers to these common questions: ● How can you meet the operational challenge of scaling the number of MySQL database instances and managing the fleet? ● Adding to this scale challenge, how can your MySQL instances maintain availability in a world where the underlying IT infrastructure is ephemeral? ● How can you secure data in motion? ● How can you enable self-service while maintaining control and governance? We’ll cover these topics and share how enterprises like yours are delivering greater outcomes with our Pivotal Platform managed MySQL. Now you can scale without fear of failure. Presenters: Judy Wang, Product Management Jagdish Mirani, Product Marketing
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