(Gawkwire.com) R1Soft, developer of Continuous Data Protection® (CDP) for Windows and Linux, announced today it will showcase its high-performance software and True-Granular Restore™ technology for the 3rd consecutive year at the MySQL Conference and Expo to be held April 12-15 in Santa Clara, Calif.
As the largest gathering of MySQL developers, users, and database administrators, this year’s show provides a key opportunity for R1Soft to engage with the MySQL community and educate users about its CDP software for MySQL database servers. R1Soft’s CDP for MySQL technology allows databases to be backed up as often as every 15 minutes. Snapshots are created in less than a second for online backups without interruptions to busy production databases.
In addition to zero-interruption hot backups, R1Soft’s True-Granular™ table-level restore for MyISAM and InnoDB gives developers and administrators the ability to restore individual tables to original or alternate locations using an easy-to-use interface.
"Year after year the MySQL Conference provides a constructive forum that allows us to exchange ideas and feedback with MySQL developers, users, and database administrators,’" said David Wartell, Vice President of R1Soft, a division of BBS Technologies.
At booth #520 of the expo hall, R1Soft will be showing live demos highlighting the some of the new features in R1Soft’s latest release, CDP Standard Edition. Attendees will have the opportunity to enter the company’s latest promotional contest, the R1Soft Continuous Giveaway, for a chance to win prizes like the new iPad and the Bose SoundDock. R1Soft will also be handing out its popular penguins and newly-designed 2010 T-shirts.
For more information about R1Soft and Continuous Data Protection, please visit http://www.r1soft.com or call 1-800-956-6198.