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FairWarning Privacy Monitoring Solutions Rely on MySQL to Secure Patient Data
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FairWarning® solutions have audited well over 120 billion events, each of which was processed and stored in a MySQL database. FairWarning is the world's leading supplier of privacy monitoring solutions for electronic health records, relied on by over 1,200 Hospitals and 5,000 Clinics to keep their patients' data safe. In January 2014, FairWarning was awarded the highest commendation in healthcare IT as the first ever Category Leader for Patient Privacy Monitoring in the "2013 Best in KLAS: Software & Services" report[1].

FairWarning has used MySQL as their solutions’ database from their start in 2005 to worldwide expansion and market leadership. FairWarning recently migrated their solutions from MyISAM to


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MySQL Camp at Bangalore - 19 June
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As promised we are back with the 2nd edition of Bangalore MySQL User camp this Wednesday 19 June.

As requested we are going into the details of InnoDB and Performance Schema.

See the details here:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/bangalore-mysql-user-camp/gnqGPLKDB0s

Venue remains the same as last time : 

Our Kalyani Magnum Office behind Apollo hospital on the Bannerghatta road

Time - 5PM-6PM

Don't miss the chance to meet the MySQL engineering team at Bangalore and learn internals of MySQL.

Hope to see you there.

Cheers

Sanjay


MEB : The journey so far 2010-2013
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MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) was born 3 years ago as a newly branded avatar of InnoDB Hot backup. Wanted to share what has gone on so far, how we at Oracle think about backup, the milestones that we have achieved and the road ahead. The idea for this blog came to me after looking at Mikael's latest blog. While Mikael talks about MySQL, I want to talk about MEB.

When we started with InnoDB Hot backup the first challenge was to have it adhere to the development, quality and release processes for MySQL. This meant creating a quality plan, getting it into the development trees of MySQL and ensuring that each piece of new code went through architecture and code review. Though the initial implementer and architect of Hot backup continues to work with the MEB team, there

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MySQL for Beginners Training-on-Demand First Hand Insight
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The MySQL for Beginners course is THE course to get you started with MySQL providing you a solid foundation in relational databases using MySQL as a learning tool. Oracle University recently released the Training-on-Demand option for this course. 

Ben Krug from the MySQL product team is trying out the MySQL for Beginners Training-on-Demand course and reporting on his experience. You can follow Ben on MySQL Support Blogs.

The MySQL for Beginners course is available as:

  • Training-on-Demand: Follow streaming
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Take the Authentic MySQL for DBA Course Near You!
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The MySQL for Database Administrator course teaches you to secure users privileges, set resource limitations, access controls and describe backup and recovery basics. You also learn to create and use stored procedures, triggers, views and more. For the full course description go to the Oracle University portal and click on MySQL.

You can take this course:

- From your desk, at your own pace, as a Training-on-Demand offering - streaming video of instructor delivery, plus access to course environment to perform lab exercises

- From your desk, as a Live-Virtual Class - connecting with the instructor and other students through webex and phone, with access to course environment for lab exercises. There are hundreds of events scheduled so you can choose the date, timezone and language that suits you. See the

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Learn to Develop Modern Applications with MySQL for Developers Course
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Learn to design and implement modern applications, such as web or cloud applications, by following the MySQL for Developers Training Course which will teach you about essential SQL statements for data design, querying, and programming.

This 5 day instructor-led course is available via the following training methods:

  • Live-Virtual Class: Follow this live class from your own office or home machine through one of the over 700 events currently on the schedule. To find the event that suits you go to http://oracle.com/education and click on MySQL.
  • In-Class Teach: Travel to an Oracle classroom to follow this class. A sample of the schedule events is shown below:

 Location

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All New MySQL For Beginners Training on Demand Offering
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Get started on MySQL for Beginners training within 24 hours with the newly released MySQL for Beginners Training on Demand. With Training on Demand, you get:

- Trained by top MySQL Instructors

- Access to hands-on practice environment

- Full classroom content available 24/7

- And no travel expenses to worry about

The MySQL for Beginners course covers all the basics and gets you on your way with a solid foundation. This hands-on class covers the fundamentals of SQL and relational databases, using MySQL as a teaching tool.

In addition

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Honing Performance Tuning Skills on MySQL
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Get hands-on experience with techniques for tuning a MySQL Server with the Authorized MySQL Performance Tuning course. 

This course is designed for database administrators, database developers and system administrators who are responsible for managing, optimizing, and tuning a MySQL Server.

You can follow this live instructor led training:

  • From your desk. Choose from among the 800+ events on the live-virtual training schedule.
  • In a classroom. A selection of events/locations listed below

 Location

 Date



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Case Study: Waiting Room Solutions Relies on MySQL for Web-Based Medical Management Systems
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Waiting Room Solutions (WRS) is an award-winning web-based Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Practice Management System for physicians’ offices. Based in Goshen, NY, WRS serves almost 3,000 users for their needs in charting, medical record filing, payment tracking, prescription and reporting via the SaaS (Software as a Service) model, and WRS has sent over 20,000 electronic prescriptions a month over its secure network.

The Business Challenge

WRS was looking for a robust database for enterprise-class web-based applications with the following features:

1. Security

Medical records and health information are highly confidential, and WRS expected to be fully incompliance with privacy regulations such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule.

2. Data Integrity

It is important to minimize data

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MySQL for Beginners course - first steps to lowering your Database TCOs
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Thinking about lowering your Database TCO by using the MySQL Server?
Don't miss the chance to get training from the source!

With the newly released MySQL for Beginners class, learn how this powerful relational database management system can make your life easier and more fun! This course covers all the basics and will get you on your way, with a solid foundation. This instructor led, hands-on class covers the fundamentals of SQL and relational databases, using MySQL as a teaching tool.

Send information about this course release to a friend who might be considering getting started on the world's most popular small footprint database.

Want To Learn More About Oracle’s MySQL Support Team?
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In the December episode of our “Meet The MySQL Experts” podcast, we chose to focus on MySQL Technical Support. Todd Farmer, Director of Oracle’s MySQL Global Support team, gives us insights into his organization, talking about who Oracle’s MySQL Support engineers are, how they help customers on a day-to-day basis, how they interact with the MySQL engineering and the bugs verification teams, and more…

Listen to the podcast to learn more about this team of MySQL Experts!

To better understand the value Oracle Premier Support for MySQL represents for your organization, get our white paper “Oracle Premier Support for MySQL: Rely on The Experts, Get Unique Benefits”

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Want To Learn More About Oracle’s MySQL Support Team?
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In the December episode of our “Meet The MySQL Experts” podcast, we chose to focus on MySQL Technical Support. Todd Farmer, Director of Oracle’s MySQL Global Support team, gives us insights into his organization, talking about who Oracle’s MySQL Support engineers are, how they help customers on a day-to-day basis, how they interact with the MySQL engineering and the bugs verification teams, and more…

Listen to the podcast to learn more about this team of MySQL Experts!

To better understand the value Oracle Premier Support for MySQL represents for your organization, get our white paper “Oracle Premier Support for MySQL: Rely on The Experts, Get Unique Benefits”

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Get started on becoming a MySQL Database Administrator!
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By taking this newly updated course,  MySQL for Database Administrators,
students will benefit from learning how to secure users privileges, set resource limitations, access controls, describe backup and recovery basics and more... There is never a better time to get the training you need - end the year by gaining some new skills!
Get started on becoming a MySQL Database Administrator!
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By taking this newly updated course,  MySQL for Database Administrators,
students will benefit from learning how to secure users privileges, set resource limitations, access controls, describe backup and recovery basics and more... There is never a better time to get the training you need - end the year by gaining some new skills!
MySQL for Database Administrators course - newly updated!
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The very popular MySQL for Database Administrators course has been updated to bring you more on InnoDB, MySQL's default storage engine, more on MySQL tools and even better hands-on exercises. This course is the cornerstone curriculum for MySQL Database Administrators and brings you all the skills you need to be a great MySQL DBA.

In this course students learn how to secure users privileges, set resource limitations, access controls and describe backup and recovery basics. Students also learn how to create and use stored procedures, triggers and views.

MySQL for Database Administrators course - newly updated!
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The very popular MySQL for Database Administrators course has been updated to bring you more on InnoDB, MySQL's default storage engine, more on MySQL tools and even better hands-on exercises. This course is the cornerstone curriculum for MySQL Database Administrators and brings you all the skills you need to be a great MySQL DBA.

In this course students learn how to secure users privileges, set resource limitations, access controls and describe backup and recovery basics. Students also learn how to create and use stored procedures, triggers and views.

Oracle OpenWorld: Suggest-a-Session on Oracle Mix
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If you missed the general public call for papers, you have another opportunity to get included in this year's event!  Submit a paper through Oracle Mix.

Do you believe your MySQL topic would grab the OpenWorld audience? We invite you to submit it for review and voting by your peers. Sessions with the highest number of votes within tracks will be included in this year's event and speakers will get a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2011. The paper submission and voting on Oracle Mix goes through June 19, 2011. Get your submissions in early to maximize your voting potential!

Get more information and suggest a session here.

Call For Nominations: Oracle Technologist of the Year 2011
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Want to win the title of Developer, DBA or IT Manager of the Year?

Can you demonstrate outstanding achievements using MySQL and/or other Oracle technologies?

Then submit a nomination now!

Formerly Oracle Magazine Editors’ Choice Awards and now part of Oracle’s prestigious Oracle Excellence Awards program, these awards honor Oracle technologists for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle products and services. Winners are selected based on a compelling story of technology leadership and innovation that differentiates them from others in their roles. The awards will be presented during Oracle OpenWorld 2011 (October 2–6) in San Francisco.

The 10 winners will be

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Upcoming MySQL Events in Europe
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Oracle is running MySQL seminars during the next few weeks in Europe! Those free events represent a great opportunity to learn, to meet Oracle’s MySQL team members face to face & have all your questions answered, and to network with other MySQL users & customers.

Here are the details and how to register:

- Rome, May 19th - Register here

- Zürich, May 25th - Register here

- Langen (near Frankfurt), May 26th – Seminar dedicated to channel partners -

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