Importing a MongoDB Into MySQL Document Store with MySQL Shell
MySQL Document Store is a “NoSQL” database built on top of MySQL. The X Dev API provides basic CRUD operations that allow developers to manage JSON document collections. In this post, we will talk about how we can import an existing MongoDB into MySQL Document Store using MySQL Shell.
Where you can find MySQL in September & October 2022?
list of conferences where you can MySQL.
Leading industry analysts applaud the availability of MySQL HeatWave on AWS
The availability of MySQL HeatWave on Amazon Web Services (AWS) was announced on Monday, September 12, extending Oracle’s commitment to multi-cloud access. Many industry experts applaud this new platform support for MySQL HeatWave -- some of their quotes are included here.
Using various scoring metrics to evaluate MySQL HeatWave ML models
MySQL HeatWave ML supports various scoring metrics. User needs to keep in mind the characteristics of these metrics, to use them effectively.
How to Setup a LAMP Stack with MySQL HeatWave – Part 5/5
This architecture is fine for development, but is somewhat lacking for production: There is no way to scale out the application tier or database tier to meet increasing load. The application server and database can only be scaled up by adding resource. Both the application server and database are...
How to Setup a LAMP Stack with MySQL HeatWave – Part 4/5
For anything but the most trivial software projects source control is highly recommended. Where multiple developers contribute to a project then it is essential to have proper source control so that changes to code can be properly managed/merged.
How to Setup a LAMP Stack with MySQL HeatWave – Part 3/5
Whilst not part of the LAMP stack per-se, you will need a MySQL client in order to be able to upload and make changes to your database schema. MySQL clients that could be used include: the traditional MySQL client; MySQL shell; MySQL Workbench as well as phpMyAdmin. At the stage the most efficient...
MySQL Window Functions Part 2
Window functions in MySQL offer developers an efficient way to view and compare data across a result set. In this post we will talk about using aggregate functions as window functions and break down the different sections of a window frame.
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