Helsinki, Finland (PRWEB) November 8, 2010
SkySQL Ab, the alternative source for software, services and support for the MySQL® database, today announced a free “State of the MySQL Community” webinar for Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 9 a.m. PT. Hosted by Kaj Arnö, former vice president of the MySQL Community at Sun Microsystems and current executive vice president of products at SkySQL Ab, the webinar will address changes in the MySQL ecosystem since Sun’s acquisition of MySQL AB in 2008. As well, Kaj will also discuss the role of companies such as SkySQL Ab, Monty Program Ab, and others in shaping the future development of the MySQL database and related technologies.
What: State of the MySQL Community Webinar, hosted by Kaj Arnö, former vice president of MySQL
Community at Sun Microsystems and current executive vice president of products at SkySQL Ab.
When: Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010
9AM PT/12PM ET/1800 CET
Where: To attend the webinar, please log on to:
To learn more about this webinar or other upcoming SkySQL Ab webinars, please visit http://www.skysql.com/en/news-and-events/webinars.
About SkySQL Ab
SkySQL Ab, the company behind the SkySQL™ Enterprise subscription, is the alternative source for software, services and support for the MySQL® database and related technologies. Founded by former executives, personnel, and investors of MySQL AB, SkySQL Ab is an open source software company committed to furthering the future development of MySQL database technologies, while delivering cost-effective database solutions and exceptional customer service. SkySQL Ab’s customers include ATOS Worldline, BySoft, Easyflirt.com, Europages, Nordic Growth Market (NGM), and Voltalis. SkySQL’s worldwide headquarters is located in Helsinki, Finland. The company has operations in Asia, Europe and North America. For more information, please call +1 425 390 0154, or visit http://www.skysql.com, and follow conversations at http://www.twitter.com/skysql_ab.
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SkySQL is not affiliated with MySQL.
Kulesa Faul for SkySQL
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