- Date & Time
- Day 1 (24th June) 14:25 - 14:50
- Function Room 1-3
- English (with English Slides)
- Target Audience
- Developers, IT Managers
- The audience should have basic coding skills.
MySQL can now be used as a document store, combining the flexibility of the document store model with the power of the relational model. Maybe you already knew that we added a native JSON datatype, Virtual Columns and Indexing, and many new JSON functions. But there’s now a lot more... It is about the MySQL Document Store and what’s new across all levels of the database stack – storage, structure, protocol, APIs, tools…etc.
Whether you’re a developer, DBA or LOB owner, you’ll understand why you’ll be able to choose MySQL for your Relational AND Document Store needs, avoiding significant trade-offs and being forced into choosing multiple solutions.
MySQL is the world's most popular open source database. With its proven ease-of-use, performance, and scalability, MySQL has become the leading database choice for Web-based applications, used by high profile web properties including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Yahoo!, and many more. Visit mysql.com.
Kajiyama Ryusuke RKajiyama
Ryusuke Kajiyama is Open Source Specialist with 10+ years of experience of systems design using MySQL and open source solutions. He originally joined MySQL AB, and is currently managing MySQL Sales Consultant team of Asia Pacific region at Oracle. Prior to join MySQL, he was Consultant at Nomura Research Institute, working on enterprise systems design with Oracle Database, WebLogic, Solaris, and various Open Source software including MySQL, JBoss and Linux. He is a Co-Founder of Japan JBoss Users Group.