The latest version of MySQL is one of the world’s most popular databases. It is open source, reliable, compatible with all major hosting providers, cost-effective, and easy to manage. Many organizations are leveraging the data security and strong transactional support offered by MySQL to secure online transactions and enhance customer
At a blistering pace and for a variety of reasons, companies are migrating their on-premise database infrastructures to cloud-based solutions—to save costs on hardware, tame the impact of disaster recovery or even to improve security. As the missing pieces of the Cloud continue to be identified and put into place,
The open source technology market is huge. It fuels 1 million unique projects today, and opens up massive opportunities for small and large enterprises alike. It means small companies can deploy technologies in a cost-effective manner, and large enterprises have the means to scale; as John Gallaugher points out, Google has
Fusion-io recently announced that it would would be collaborating with Oracle on the development of flash-aware interfaces for MySQL. The new interfaces include NVM Compression and Atomic Writes. It is said that both flash-aware interfaces work together to enable MySQL to deliver 4x more flash endurance by “streamlining commands to
Benchmark is a VC with a series of very successful investments including, among others, Yelp, Instagram and Zipcar. It was founded in 1995 by Jonathan Schulhof. Significant investments in the Big Data field include MySQL or Hortonworks. It is also based in Menlo Park.