New York, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2009
Bluewolf (www.bluewolf.com) will present a free webcast on “MySQL Clustering 101,” focusing on design concept benefits for clustering MySQL operations. It will be held on Thursday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. EST.
“Too few businesses employ clustering technology because they are unaware of its ease and advantages,” said Javier Jones, Bluewolf Senior Technologist and expert MySQL DBA (Database Administrator). “If you already operate MySQL, you know that it can reduce your TCO by as much as 90%. And with clustering, you can take full advantage of its operations.”
To register for the webcast, visit: www.bluewolf.com/MySQLCluster101.
A leading IT consulting firm, Bluewolf offers MySQL database implementation and monitoring for businesses of all sizes. Bluewolf’s services provide businesses with access to its team of U.S.-based experts to ensure the successful implementation and administration of MySQL — the world’s most popular open source database. The service offerings are an extension of Bluewolf Direct(tm), the company’s Remote Database Administration (DBA) service for MySQL, Oracle and Microsoft SQL servers.
Bluewolf’s MySQL DBAs are certified and expertly trained, with hundreds of hours of hands-on experience with MySQL. They are based in Bluewolf’s offices in New York and San Francisco. The Bluewolf Direct Remote DBA program provides MySQL, Oracle and Micrsoft SQL remote monitoring, including 24×7 proactive support and direct contact with on shore DBAs.
Bluewolf is the leading Software as a Service, Open Source and Cloud Computing consulting company focusing on deployment, development and adoption of enterprise software applications. With eight years of SaaS experience and more than 3,500 customers, Bluewolf is defining a new style of consulting based on its Agile Consulting model that guarantees success and delivers on the promises of Cloud Computing. In addition to SaaS consulting, Bluewolf is a leading provider of Remote Database Administration. Bluewolf clients include Dow Jones, ADP, General Electric, and Fox Interactive Media.
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