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MySQL Announces Record Cluster Database Benchmark Results

MySQL AB announced the results of recent DBT2 benchmarks of its MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition database. The announcement was made at the 2007 MySQL Conference & Expo. Tests were…

MySQL hits $50 million revenue, plans IPO

MySQL, purveyor of the open-source database of the same name, is on the road to becoming a publicly traded company, bolstered by $50 million in revenue in 2006.

"It's still in the pipeline…

CEO of MySQL AB Celebrates “The Disruptive Spirit of the Dolphin”

MySQL AB’s CEO Marten Mickos kicked off the opening day of the 2007 MySQL Conference & Expo this morning with a keynote exploring the phenomenal momentum of open source software as both a…

A Developer's Guide to the MySQL User's Conference

Robin Schumacher recently gave us an excellent rundown on sessions at the upcoming MySQL Conference and Expo (April 23-26th in Santa Clara) for DBAs. As a proud developer I wanted to make sure…

MySQL & Carahsoft Extend Partnership

MySQL AB, developer of the world's most popular open source database, today announced an expanded partnership with Carahsoft Technology Corp., a leading government information technology provider…

JasperSoft & MySQL AB Partner to Deliver Operational Business Intelligence Solutions

JasperSoft Corporation, the market leader in open source business intelligence, and MySQL AB, developer of the world’s most popular open source database, today announced the availability of Jasper…

MySQL prepares for IPO

Open source database vendor MySQL AB is preparing itself for an initial public offering, and could even be ready to go public before the end of the year, according to its CEO Marten Mickos.

MySQL Refines its GPL Licensing Scheme to GPLv2 Only

Just before the holiday's MySQL refined its licensing scheme from “GPLv2 or later” to “GPLv2 only“, in order to make it an option, not an obligation for the company to move to GPLv3.

MySQL moves are troubling

Open source company MySQL AB, which puts out the well-known database of the same name, has made a couple of moves this year, both of which have passed without much comment.

The two moves -…

MySQL did NOT actually drop Debian

In relation to yesterdays story 'MySQL Quietly Drops Support For Debian Linux', it appears that Debain IS supported.