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Category: MySQL

Is “Free” Good Enough for Your MySQL Environment?

Join us for a webinar titled, Is Free Good Enough for Your MySQL Environment. Datavail will be presenting this September 24 webinar with our partner Continuent.

Srinivasa Krishna | September 16, 2019

MariaDB vs Oracle MySQL vs Percona MySQL

MariaDB, Oracle MySQL, and Percona MySQL give you several options for using MySQL within your organization. Find out the right choice for your organization.

Srinivasa Krishna | September 5, 2019

Essential NoSQL Capabilities in MySQL Databases

With MySQL 8.0, NoSQL is now available in this database management solution. Here are some of the features offered through MySQL document store.

Srinivasa Krishna | August 27, 2019

Better Together: Why Datavail is Partnering with Continuent for MySQL and MariaDB Database Solutions

Datavail and Continuent provide a full suite of MySQL products and services clients.

Srinivasa Krishna | May 29, 2019

5 Best Practices for the Query Store in SQL Server 2016

Discover the top 5 query store best practices for SQL Server 2016 now >

Manguirish Sardesai | February 8, 2019

How to Create Temporal Tables in SQL Server 2016

Analyze data faster with Temporal Tables in SQL Server 2016. Get the details (sample code included).

Anup Gopinathan | January 30, 2019

MySQL Security

Using a largely open source RDMS, such as MySQL, provides its own certification challenges.

Charleste King | June 26, 2018
AWS EC2 RDS

Amazon RDS vs Amazon EC2 | Amazon Web Services EC2 vs RDS

Ready to migrate your MySQL database to Amazon Web Services (AWS)? Which is better, Amazon RDS or Amazon EC2? Learn the pros and cons of each option.

Charleste King | September 7, 2017
MySQL, high availability

The Mechanics of High Availability

High availability is necessary for organizations to compete. This blog post shows the tools for for MySQL databases and how we can help configure and deploy.

Charleste King | September 5, 2017