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How to modify a JSON field in SQL ?
MySQL Community Advent Calendar 2022 - How to modify a JSON field in SQL ?

MySQL HeatWave Replication Filters and Sources Without GTIDs
You now have more flexibility to configure Channels in MySQL Database Service for hybrid deployments or straightforward live migrations from on-premises or other cloud vendors. There are new options to add filters and source GTID handling in Channels for inbound replication.

Announcing MySQL HeatWave Read Replicas with Load Balancer
The MySQL HeatWave Database Service in OCI has capabilities that enable applications to scale database read operations to millions of queries per second. Users can add and remove read replicas and load balancers to DB Systems with just a few clicks, and the service takes care of deployment,...

OCI MySQL Database Service – Using a backup as source for a new instance
MySQL Advent Calendar 2022 - Day 7: how to use a backup as source for a new OCI MySQL Database Service instance with Terraform.

Creating Aliases in MySQL Shell
MySQL Shell is a powerful way to connect to and manage MySQL instances. Connections can even be made to servers that are behind an SSH connection. In this post, we will discuss how to extend and customize MySQL Shell so that it is easier to initiate those connections.

Web-Konseil Unlocks Data Possibilities for their Clients with MySQL HeatWave
Web-Konseil is a web and digital agency based in Lyon, France. It develops websites and e-commerce applications for its clients using MySQL HeatWave in local Oracle data centers located in Paris and Marseille. MySQL HeatWave on OCI gives Web-Konseil a clear competitive advantage by offering their...

OCI MySQL Database Service – Backup Policy and Tags
MySQL Advent Calendar 2022 day 5 - How to use Backup Policies and Tags with MySQL Database Service in OCI

Connecting MySQL Shell Over SSH
Learn how we can use MySQL Shell to connect to a remote server over SSH.

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