You as a MySQL architect are wondering about how you might make use of running MySQL in a container. You also are aware that the MySQL team at Oracle has recently released a new version of MySQL 8.0 with many advantages for both developers and DBAs. This talk will cover test driving MySQL 8.0 within a Docker container. We'll go over why a container is perfect for testing MySQL, how to set up your MySQL 8.0 container, some tricks on which features within MySQL 8.0 are perfect for containers, and best practices for incorporating this new technology into your DevOps environment.

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Rated 5

Dave Stokes at 11:36 on 9 Feb 2019

Great summary of the new features in MYSQL 8.0

Rated 5

Dana Luther at 13:16 on 9 Feb 2019

Excellent explanation of the capabilities of MySQL 8. A few of the examples where very hard to read due to the font size/color, but all in all very easy to follow.

Rated 4

Eric Morris at 13:51 on 9 Feb 2019

Very good summary of MySQL 8.0 new features and capabilities.

The Docker angle was only the last 20 mins or so,. It wasn't really an afterthought, but a destination. That being said, I found the first 40 minutes to be more helpful for me. When I get back home, I will try the Docker bits, so perhaps this will help me get into Docker use.

Rated 5

Peter Fisher at 20:45 on 10 Feb 2019

Very good talk. I didn't realise how many new toys MYSQL 8 has to offer.