MySQL Engineering Blogs
Windows Nano Server Technical Preview 5 and MySQL
Windows Nano Server is a deployment option of the upcoming Windows Server 2016. It is a “headless” version of Windows Server, pared back to provide the bare essentials necessary to host server / “born in the cloud” applications such as MySQL.…
Security these days is bigger than ever. This statement needs no proof. It seems like it is getting easier and easier to get access to ‘secure data’. As system grows it becomes really hard to secure all endpoints. This is why encrypting data is now the hot topic in the database...
Take the new MySQL Shell for a Spin … in Docker!
The most recent release of MySQL Server — 5.7.12 — ships with the X Plugin, which opens up an entirely new area of functionality: In addition to the classical relational approach to data management using SQL, MySQL can now also be used as a schemaless document store, something which is...
Ubuntu 16.04 first stable distro with MySQL 5.7
Ubuntu 16.04 artwork by Canonical Ltd (CC-BY-SA). Congratulations to Ubuntu on releasing 16.04 LTS with MySQL 5.7! As far as I know, it’s the first stable release of a Linux distro that contains MySQL 5.7. Fedora and openSUSE also have MySQL 5.7, but not yet in a stable release.…
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The MySQL Engineering Team at their BOF session on Tuesday night. Sunny Bains in focus answering InnoDB questions. On behalf of the entire team, I would like to thank you for stopping by our “meet the MySQL engineering team” BOF held Tuesday night.…
MySQL 5.7.12 – MySQL Document Store – YouTube Video
MySQL 5.7.12 – Part 6: MySQL Document Store – A New Chapter in the MySQL Story
So hopefully you’ve read the first 5 blogs in this 6 part series you should have a good introduction to • Part 1 – What we heard from the MySQL Community (keep it solid, and innovate faster) and our change to new release model those requirements.…
MySQL Community Server
- Connector/J 5.1
- MySQL Cluster 7.4
- MySQL Cluster 7.3
- MySQL Cluster 7.2
- MySQL Community Server 5.7
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