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Events for IT and Data Pros

Each year, IDERA sponsors a variety of online and live events to provide education, training, and networking opportunities for database professionals. Check out the list below to find information about upcoming events. We look forward to meeting you!

Check out the IDERA Resource Center to watch replays for previous webcasts and explore other product content.

If you’d like Idera to sponsor an upcoming event, please contact us at sponsorships@idera.com


01 PM CT
Lean Data Modeling for any Methodology

With changes in software development methodologies, the role of the data modeler has changed significantly. In many organizations, data modelers now find themselves on the outside looking in, relegated to documentation “after the fact” rather than active participation in database design where the true value is added. Some organizations using Agile practices have incorrectly dismissed the importance of data modeling, often with disastrous results.

IDERA’s Ron Huizenga will discuss how to adopt a lean data modeling approach that is compatible with agile and all other methodologies. This session also features a case study in which data modeling was introduced part-way through a major initiative that would have failed otherwise, highlighting metrics that illustrate the contrast when utilizing a lean approach and skilled data modelers versus a development-only approach.

02 PM CT
The Basics of Better Data Models

Data modeling is easy, right? It's just a bunch of boxes and lines. However, if you want to do it well, so that your models can serve as a foundation for enterprise architecture and data governance, it does take some extra work that will be worth the effort. IDERA's Angela Eberle will show you some of the basic mechanics and best practices for creating data models that add value to the business.

11 AM CT
Why and how to go multi-primary over regular replication

IMany replicate in a primary-secondary fashion, and you may be using asynchronous replication or semi-synchronous replication. However for extreme high availability without the need for an automated failover framework, the best way may be to go multi-primary (multi-master) replication where all this is built in. When is it right to migrate to such a replication scenario? What does your app need to know about this? Come to this webinar to learn about that, and we’ll also discuss how to easily monitor Galera Cluster metrics using SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL (formerly Monyog) in the 2nd half of the webinar!