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Database load balancing software provider ScaleArt announced support for automatic cache invalidation, which it calls the world’s first ACID-compliant caching mechanism for dynamic data. According to the company, the feature increases website and app performance by making it safe to cache data that frequently changes. This goes for things like shopping cart and user profile information for ecommerce apps. The …
Percona recently announced that Percona XtraDB Cluster, Percona Toolkit for MySQL, and Percona XtraBackup are now included in the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Long Term Support) release of Linux. Percona XtraDB Cluster is also now certified for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform (RHEL OSP). “Ubuntu and Red Hat are two of the most widely used Linux distributions, and the …
MySQL is one of, if not, the best database management systems. It’s even better because it’s open source which allows anybody to make changes to it as they see fit for their own needs. Major companies use it to power their Web sites and it’s always nice to see these companies make their work with MySQL available to the public. …
Essentially, folks who submit bug reports, test cases or code patches get “QA Points”. When contributors reach a certain level of points over the past 12 months, they get a 1 year subscription to MySQL Enterprise Basic, Silver, Gold or Platinum.
MySQL Server is the most widely used database management system in the world, primarily because it is open source and free.
Due to demand, MySQL AB announced the expansion of its telecom-specific services and consulting for MySQL software. Specifically, the company is promoting its MySQL Cluster, a high-end version of the standard database designed for fault-tolerant, mission-critical network and telecommunications applications at carrier-grade.
I’ve been thinking about this for the last day or so and have come to the conclusion that Oracle’s acquisition of Sleepycat Software (and Berkeley DB) is not about MySQL.
Security is important for all developers, but more so when combining two of the most popular Database and Web Programming technologies.
The SCO Group announced availability of the MySQL Network for SCO OpenServer 6 at the National Retail Federation Show on Monday. This will allow their customers and channel partners to benefit from high performance, low-cost, easy-to-manage solutions platform.
One obvious solution is to approach a software development company and obtain a custom built product.
You’ve decided to automate your web site. Now what? Here are some ideas to help you choose how to automate your site.
Whether you are an experienced web programmer or a complete novice attempting to provide data interactivity with your web site, MyQSL is an easy to use and free database solution that can allow you to store and configure data to be displayed on your web site.
One of the great promises that actually came true when our Internet-enabled world reached the twenty-first century is efficient customer-to-business interaction.
Security companies have identified a variant of the Forbot worm that targets Windows servers with MySQL, an open database software package, installed.
Most interactive websites nowadays would require a user to log in into the website’s system in order to provide a customized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide a presentation that is tailored to the user’s preferences.
MySQL AB announced that 2004 has been another year of record sales, partnerships, technical achievement and adoption of its open source database. By the end of the month, the MySQL database server will have been downloaded more than ten million times this year, solidifying its position as the world’s most popular open source database.
If you’ve been using MySQL database to store your important data, it is imperative that you make a backup of your data to prevent any loss of data. This article shows you how to backup and restore data in your MySQL database. This process can also be used if you have to move your data to a new server.
Most interactive websites nowadays require data to be presented dynamically and interactively based on input from the user. For example, a customer may need to log into a retail website to check his purchasing history. In this instance, the website would have stored two types of data in order for the customer to perform the check – the customer’s personal login details; and the customer’s purchased items. This data can be stored in two types of storage – flat files or databases.
This is a short article which shows you how to make a simple guestbook by capturing the visitor’s input and storing the data in a database using PHP. You’ll need to know a bit of HTML, PHP and MySQL in order to do the task. For a guestbook to work, we’ll need to create 3 pages.
Every user expects a search engine on any Web site they visit. Unfortunately, search engines are extremely complex to develop. They require massive amounts of resources and time to implement. Today I’ll show you how to use a MySQL (or any SQL database) to create your own basic search engine.
MySQL has become increasingly popular in the last year because of its ease of use and price. Setting up a MySQL Server on a Windows machine is so easy you may not even realize it is there. Installing MySQL on a Linux machine isn’t quite as easy, but anyone with any experience installing programs on Linux wouldn’t have a problem. So, now that you have your server installed, how do you manage a multi-user environment? This is where your privileges come in.