Relational databases offer a number of features to protect data integrity and protect against concurrent modification of data. This session will describe how those features work, including table/row locks, MVCC, deadlocks & lock waits, transactions and isolation levels.
Attendees will also get a better understanding of they are expected to be handle database errors in applications. Examples will use MySQL 5.6.
Morgan rejoined the MySQL team at Oracle in 2013 as MySQL Community Manager, having previously worked for MySQL and Sun Microsystems. He blogs from tocker.ca, and especially likes the new features in MySQL that make operations life easier.