MySQL 5.5

MySQL is an RDBMS that is well-known open source. Reliability and flexibility no doubt. Evidenced by the many users of this database in the world.

Latest MySQL 5 is an open source database that combines the reliability (reliability) and enterprise level capabilities with advanced features of SQL 2003 standard-compliant, making it the most cost-effective database solution cost (cost-effective) for business applications.

Functionality, new functionality will be quite familiar to database developers and DBA (DataBase Administrator), thus enabling the information technology department to get the ease of integration and transition of data or applications. MySQL 5 is strong enough to support large-scale website performance, and provide support for enterprise (enterprise support) along with various other basic functionality.

MySQL 5 provides a variety of enterprise features that are useful, including:

- Stored Procedures and SQL Function: to implement the business logic (business logic) in the database and improve its ability;
Trigger: to implement complex business rules at the database level;

- View: to ensure protection of sensitive information;

- Cursor: to enable ease of development and ease of reference database on large-scale datasets;

- Information schema: to provide easy access to metadata;

- XA Distributed Transaction: supports complex transactions at more than one database in heterogeneous environments;

- SQL Mode: provides data integrity for both new data and existing data;

- New Migration Toolkit: a graphical toolkit that can move all data and objects intact from Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access and other database platforms to MySQL;

- Instance Manager: management tool that allows various settings in the operational activities of MySQL.

MySQL 5 is available for different platforms or operating systems, including Linux operating system, Windows, Solaris, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, HP-UX, IBM AIX 5L and various other operating systems. All MySQL database software is available under two licensing models. Developers and companies can choose between open source license (GPL) or a commercial MySQL license, depending on their needs.

In addition, end-user enterprise can also join the MySQL network to support additional services. If you only want to use MySQL for the study or early development stage, then you can choose to use open source license (GPL).

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