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Boost your use of MySQL Cluster with Oracle Training
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Get the most out of your use of MySQL Cluster by attending the MySQL Cluster training course. This three day course:

  • Explains the concepts of MySQL Cluster in detail
  • Describes the different nodes in MySQL Cluster and their purposes
  • Explains how the data is distributed and replicated in the MySQL Cluster
  • Installs all the different nodes used in the MySQL Cluster
  • Starts and stop the different nodes as needed
  • Shows how the different configuration files work and be able to configure all possible types of clusters
  • Uses the cluster in single user mode, and explains when this is necessary
  • Shows how to upgrade cluster components and configuration settings
  • Explains how node failure is detected and handled in the cluster
  • Describes how node restart works internally
  • Explains how system restart works and when this type of restart is needed
  • Backups and restores the data from backups
  • Describes the internal parts of the data nodes
  • Explains how the different types of data scans are performed
  • Explains the difference between the different index types
  • Configures the cluster for optimal performance

You can take this three day instructor-led class in a training center. Some events already on the schedule include:

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Edison, NJ, United States

 29 May 2013

 English

 Irvine, CA, United States

 24 July 2013

 English

To learn more about this course, request an additional event, or see more courses on the MySQL curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/mysql

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