Tag: MySQL

Collaborate 2006 Presentations

Well I have been back from Collaborate 2006 for over a week now and decided that I should also make my presentation available from the Pythian web site. While there I participated in three sessions. I joined Michael Abbey, Ian Abramson, and Carl Dudley on a panel for the Non-Oracle DBA. My first presentation was PostgreSQL for the Oracle DBA. My second solo-presentation was Oracle 10g Data Pump 101.

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750G Disks are BAHD for DBs: A Call To Arms

I tripped across this story about some new 750G disks @ 7200 RPM soon to be released by Seagate. This filled me with a sense of dread about having to, once again, go through the process of convincing purchasing managers at various customer sites that actually, no, they can not just buy three of these and RAID-5 them together into a huge storage area for their terabyte database. So now, tell me, what happens when you use very big disks for high-performance applications? You have way, way too many square feet to service with far, far too few loading docks (and usually only one access road!!!).

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Open Source DBMS Vendors Pour Cold Water on Oracle Express

Oracle announced that it would release a free for production use version of its database product, limited to 4G in the database, 1G of ram and a single CPU. Today, the four major open source DBMS vendors (MySQL, Postgres, Firebird, and Sleepycat) unanimously rejected Oracle’s new free-to-use Express Edition beta, claiming that users will not accept the capacity limits of the new oracle product.

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MySQL 5.0 is Now Available

MySQL AB,”developer of the world’s most popular open source database” has released today, the production versionof MySQL 5.0, its most important upgrade in ten years. The 5.0 version provides new enterprise database features such as stored procedures, triggers, views and cursors.

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‘Most important ever’ MySQL reaches beta

MySQL has released a beta version of MySQL 5.0 database to provide users with increased enterprise functionality, making MySQL a more viable option for corporations and users.

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Pervasive Posts Rival to MySQL

Did you know the data infrastructure software company Pervasive Software Inc., is coming out with a customized version of the open-source PostgreSQL database?

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