MySQL Engineering Blogs
Sep 16: Where is the MySQL team this week?!
Please find below the conferences & shows where you can find MySQL Community team and/or MySQL experts during this week: Oracle Open World / MySQL Reception, San Francisco, US, September 16-19, 2019 Same as last year MySQL will be part of OOW in San Francisco and same as last there...
Sep 9: Where is the MySQL team this week?!
Please find below the shows & conferences where you can find MySQL Community team or MySQL experts during the week of Sep 9, 2019: SwanseaCon, Swansea, UK, September 9, 2019 Do not miss MySQL talk on "NoSQL + SQL =MySQL" give by Stuart Davey, the MySQL Principal Sales...
Compiling MySQL in Visual Studio. On a remote linux box.
One of the perks of working on MySQL is that the code can compile (and has been compiled) on pretty much all of the modern (and no so modern) C/C++ compilers and all the modern OSes. This enables each individual developer to choose their “weapon”: pick the OS and the compiler they feel...
Aug 5: Where is the MySQL team this week?!
This week is our pleasure to remind following shows where you can find MySQL & MySQL Community experts: Kansas Linux Fest (KLF), Wichita, Kansas City, US, August 9-11, 2019 Do not miss to listen MySQL talks given by David Stokes, the MySQL Community Manager as...
Jul 30: Where is the MySQL team this week?!
This week you can find our MySQL & MySQL Community experts at following shows: Mid-Atlantic Developer Conference, Baltimore, US, August 1-2, 2019 Find us at MySQL booth and come to listen David Stokes' sessions as follows: "MySQL & GIS", scheduled for Aug 1...
Improved handling of different member versions in Group Replication
For optimal compatibility and performance, all members of a group should run the same version of MySQL Server and therefore of Group Replication. However, in some situations, it may be required to that a group contains servers running different versions. For example, during a rolling upgrade.…
Binary Log Encryption: Encryption of Temporary Capture Files
In MySQL 8.0.14 we introduced binary log encryption at rest. When enabled, this feature makes sure that binary log files generated by the server are encrypted as soon as they hit persistent storage. As of MySQL 8.0.17 transient files created by the server for capturing the changes that end up in...
MySQL Community Server
- MySQL Notifier 1.1
- Connector/NET 6.10
- Connector/J 5.1
- MySQL Cluster 7.6
- MySQL Cluster 7.5
Which backup features do you require for your MySQL database backups?
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