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Oracle gets more time to defend Sun buy
Six more days to develop arguments.
Nov 23 2009 6:35AM
Amazon offers MySQL database on demand
Firm expands cloud offerings with relational database service.
Oct 28 2009 5:34AM
Ex-MySQL boss urges Europe to back Oracle-Sun deal
Push merger forward.
Oct 10 2009 8:10AM
MySQL founder creates Open Database Alliance
Monty Widenius, the main author of MySQL, is setting up the Open Database Alliance (ODA) to consolidate work on the database.
May 16 2009 9:22AM
Top ten predictions from the Oracle-Sun merger
Oracle is expected to exit hardware businesses, cut staff, exit open source and focus on Java, MySQL and Solaris as part of its US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Apr 22 2009 6:24AM
MySQL co-founder quits Sun
Michael ‘Monty’ Widenius, co-founder of MySQL, has announced that that he is leaving Sun Microsystems.
Feb 6 2009 3:33PM
MySQL boosts performance with Query Analyser
MySQL, the open source database branch of Sun Microsystems, has unveiled a new addition to its subscription service known as Query Analyser.
Nov 20 2008 6:10AM
MySQL feast on Sun CMT to benefit Intel
MySQL is making use of easy internal access to Sun hardware to give it a head-start to run on future Intel-based commodity multi-core servers.
Nov 7 2008 12:03PM
Sun launches MySQL 5.1
Sun Microsystems has announced the general availability of MySQL 5.1, the latest version of its popular open source database..
Apr 17 2008 7:20AM
Sun closes MySQL deal and pledges more
Sun has closed the deal to acquire open-source database leader MySQL just six week after announcing the agreement.
Feb 29 2008 7:40AM
FrSIRT finds flaws in MySQL
Researchers at a French security organisation have uncovered a number of security vulnerabilities in the MySQL database application, the open source software used to support many Web 2.0 applications.
Feb 18 2008 9:52AM
Sun snaps up MySQL for US$1 billion
Sun Microsystems has ended the public expectation of open source database vendor MySQL becoming a public entity by announcing it would purchase the company for US$1 billion.
Jan 17 2008 8:18AM
MySQL rolls out enterprise site licences
Company-wide agreements offered for US$40,000.
Feb 1 2007 9:23AM
MySQL shuns GPL version 3
Database vendor awaits market acceptance before adopting upcoming licence.
Jan 8 2007 9:39AM
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