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The Boston MySQL Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

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Ivan will be raffling off a Kindle Fire and a SkySQL HA review at the December meeting. Must be present to win.

Ivan Zoratti, VP of Professional Services for SkySQL, will talk about "MySQL HA reloaded - old tricks and cool new tools to guarantee high availability to your MySQL Servers"

Do you think that High Availability is all about MySQL Replication? Have you tried to alter your tables to NDB to drink at the holy grail of the shared nothing architectures? High Availability is #1 request for MySQL Servers, even more popular than scalability and performance. In this presentation we will talk about old and new tools to provide HA, automatic failover and disaster recovery for MySQL - there is a solution for every need.

Bio: With 25 years of experience in computer science and IT, Ivan started his career at Digital Equipment Corporation, following his passion for the kernel of the PdP 11 machines, RSX and VMS Macro programming. Entrepreneur since 1988, he set up and managed IT companies in Europe. He has been an independent journalist and author of technical books for 15 years. Ivan has worked on Data Warehouse and BI projects since the early 90s, with DEC RDB, Informix, Oracle, SQLServer and later MySQL. In 1997, he joined MicroStrategy as Director of Professional Services and Advanced Solutions in Europe, where he has been directly involved in the architecture and development of some of the largest DW on the planet. Ivan joined MySQL in 2005 and led the European Pre-Sales team for the Software Infrastructure Group at Sun Microsystems. At SkySQL, Ivan is responsible for the Field Services team.

A native of Italy, Ivan has lived in Windsor, UK since 2000.

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MIT's map with the building (E51) highlighted:
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MIT's map with the Kendall square T stop highlighted:
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(the stop is in red on that map, and you can see E51 in the bottom right)

MIT's maps with parking lot information:
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Note that MIT lots are free to park in after 3 pm or so, even if it says "reserved for faculty"

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