MySQL Makes Push Into the Enterprise

MySQL Makes Push Into the Enterprise. MySQL AB launched its first-ever users’ conference with a bang when it released source code for Version 5 of its open-source database…

The Uppsala, Sweden, company considers this major release to be its first serious push into the enterprise market, given the database’s new features, which include stored procedures, triggers, core SQL-99 features, foreign keys for MyISAM with cascading Delete, cursor support, multimaster replication and online backup, full sub-queries (Match, For all/Any/Some), OLAP functions for data warehousing, and a more scalable thread/connection manager.

[Technology News from eWEEK and Ziff Davis]

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