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New AMD E4 and Intel shapes in MySQL HeatWave Database Service
New AMD E4 and Intel X9 shapes in the MySQL HeatWave Database Service.

MySQL Operator for Kubernetes Reaches General Availability!
The new MySQL Operator for Kubernetes brings management of MySQL InnoDB Cluster to Kubernetes.

Announcing April 2022 Releases featuring MySQL 8.0.29
The MySQL April 2022 releases are now available.

VRGlass Increases Performance and Scalability in the Metaverse with MySQL HeatWave
VRGlass's customer success story explains why they chose MySQL HeatWave over AWS to increase performance in query execution and analytics and improve their computing power to support their large-scale events.

A Game Changer for Machine Learning Capabilities
With HeatWave ML, Oracle is providing a capability that is much more broadly consumable, on a platform that is familiar to millions. While Oracle may have a lead in certain regards, IDC expects competition in the area of database embedded AI/ML to be hot for some time to come. For MySQL users,...

Ecopaynet Chooses MySQL HeatWave Over AWS for Performance and Price
Ecopaynet's customer success story describes why they chose MySQL HeatWave over AWS to shorten their time to market and benefit from a better price-performance.

Leading Industry Analysts Praise the New MySQL HeatWave Innovations
Read reactions and praises by leading industry analysts towards the March 2022 new feature announcement for Oracle MySQL HeatWave, a fully managed service that enables customers to run OLTP and OLAP workloads directly from their MySQL Database. New capabilities announced are: in-database machine...

Democratizing AI means much more than simply empowering business users
The introduction of MySQL HeatWave ML is noteworthy because it reinforces Oracle's longstanding approach to databases, which emphasizes multi-model and multi-workload functionality within a single database. This philosophy contrasts sharply with many database and cloud platform rivals Microsoft,...

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