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Using a MySQL Keyring SECRET and Asymmetric Encryption
For an encrypt only or decrypt/encrypt applications The following is an example of how to allow applications to asymmetrically encrypt data using a public key. In MySQL 8.0.19 support for the SECRET datatype was added to our Keyring technology. With this technology, users can securely manage their...

MySQL User Camp, Bangalore, India – 5th March 2020
A MySQL User Camp was held on 5th March 2020 at Oracle India Pvt Ltd, Kalyani Magnum Infotech Park, Bangalore, India. The attendees included developers, DBAs and trainers from Amex, Robert Bosch, Flipkart and others. Sanjay Manwani, the Senior Director of MySQL Engineering India, presented...

Controlling table encryption in MySQL 8.0
MySQL 5.7.11 introduced InnoDB transparent tablespace encryption, which enabled support for file-per-table tablespaces, and this feature is discussed in this blog. Later in MySQL 8.0.13, encryption for general tablespace  was introduced. To improve usability of encryption handling, MySQL 8.0.16...

MySQL User Camp India, March 5, 2020
We are happy to invite you to the next MysQL User Camp India event which is hold on March 5th, 2020 in the Oracle office in Bangalore, India. Please find details below: Date: March 5, 2020 Time: 3-5:30pm Place: 0C001, Block 1, B wing, Kalyani Magnum IT park, JP Nagar, 7th phase, Bengaluru,...

MySQL User Camp India, March 5, 2020
We are happy to invite you to the next MysQL User Camp India event which is hold on March 5th, 2020 in the Oracle office in Bangalore, India. Please find details below: Date: March 5, 2020 Time: 3-5:30pm Place: 0C001, Block 1, B wing, Kalyani Magnum IT park, JP Nagar, 7th phase, Bengaluru,...

Where's the MySQL Team from March 2020 to May 2020
As follow up to the regular shows announcements, we would like to inform you about places & shows where you can find MySQL Community team or MySQL experts at during March to May 2020 timeframe. Please find the details with a list of MySQL talks & booth details (if available at this...

A must-know about NOT IN in SQL – more antijoin optimization
I will try to make it short and clear: if you are writing SQL queries with “NOT IN” like SELECT … WHERE x NOT IN (SELECT y FROM …) you have to be sure to first understand what happens when “x” or “y” are NULL: it might not be what you want!…

MySQL at Oracle Open World London FEB 12-13
  Planning to attend Oracle Open World 2020 in London?  Make sure to: Visit our booth Join us at our evening reception Check out our MySQL sessions   MySQL Booth: Located in Zone 4 , stop by to meet the MySQL EMEA team and learn the latest about MySQL from...

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