Azure Database for MySQL videos
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This page provides video content for learning about Azure Database for MySQL.
Overview: Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL bring together community edition database engines and capabilities of a fully managed service—so you can focus on your apps instead of having to manage a database. Tune in to get a quick overview of the advantages of using the service, and see some of the capabilities in action.
Create a PostgreSQL or MySQL server
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL are managed services that you use to run, manage, and scale highly available community edition database engines in the cloud. These video tutorials show you how to create a PostgreSQL or MySQL server in about three minutes using the Azure portal. If you don't have an Azure subscription, create a free Azure account before you begin.
Deep dive on managed service capabilities for MySQL and PostgreSQL
Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL bring together community edition database engines and the capabilities of a fully managed service. Tune in to get a deep dive on how these services work—how we ensure high availability and fast scaling (within seconds), so you can meet your customers’ needs. You'll also learn about some of the underlying investments in security and worldwide availability.
How to get started with the new Azure Database for MySQL service
In this video from the May 2017 Microsoft //Build conference, learn about Microsoft’s managed MySQL offering in Azure. The video walks through Microsoft’s strategy for supporting Open-Source database systems in Azure. The video discusses what it means to you as a developer to develop or deploy applications that use MySQL in Azure. This video shows an overview of the architecture of the service, and demonstrates Azure Database for MySQL is integrated with other Azure Services such as Web Apps.
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