Modernization of First-Era Systems: Migrating from MySQL

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With the acceleration of digital products and services, the role of technology is crucial to the delivery of innovative businesses solutions across different industries. To best leverage and adopt enabling technologies like AI, IoT and smart devices, and the cloud, your company must treat data as an asset. But the obstacles to moving fast and delivering new data products internally and new digital services to your customers lie in the weight of the legacy data systems. Modernization of the data layer is necessary to capitalize on your market opportunities.

In this 3-part webinar series, you’ll learn about the future of data and what’s needed now at the data layer to power your business’ acceleration. You’ll get practical information on how to modernize your data layer with SingleStore, the unified database for fast analytics on any data, anywhere.

Register for part 1 of the series to learn how to migrate from MySQL:

  • The Three Eras of Cloud Data Evolution

  • Migrating from MySQL

    • Approaches
    • Tools & Best Practices
  • Demonstration

Check out part 2 of the series - Migrating from MariaDB

Stay tuned for information on part 3 - Migrating from PostgreSQL.


Domenic Ravita, Field CTO

Dale Deloy, Senior Solutions Consultant

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