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Howto connect to MySQL using a client certificate
In this article you will see how you can replace the user's password by an SSL X509 certificate to connect to MySQL.

MySQL Enterprise Security: 4 New Authentication Methods
The MySQL Enterprise edition contains powerful authentication options to harden and thwart database attackers, centralize user management, simplify end user access, meeting regulatory requirements, harden security, and follow various industry authentication standards. MySQL Enterprise Advanced...

pre-FOSDEM MySQL Days 2023
pre-FOSDEM MySQL Days are back for a 5th edition !

Intersect and Except in MySQL 8.0
With the latest MySQL release (8.0.31), MySQL adds support for the SQL standard INTERSECT and EXCEPT table operators.

New MySQL HeatWave capabilities released in 8.0.31
New MySQL HeatWave capabilities released in 8.0.31

Achieve Real-Time Marketing Analytics with MySQL HeatWave
Many companies and digital marketing agencies want to aggregate data from various sources in real-time to build rich, highly segmented customer profiles to send the right offer to the right prospect, via the right channel, at the right timeā€”and are struggling. MySQL HeatWave helps solve this...

Hello TypeScript
Better support for TypeScript applications using MySQL Connector/Node.js

MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse Announcement Lauded by Top Industry Analysts
Leading industry analysts such as Constellation research, Wikibon, Futurum, Moor Insights & Strategy, KuppingerCole Analysts, and DBInsight, had the following to say about the recent MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse announcement.

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