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Discovering MySQL Database Service – Episode 4 – Dump your MySQL data into an Object Storage bucket

This is the fourth episode of “Discovering MySQL Database Service“, a series of tutorials where I will show you, step by step, how to use MySQL Database Service and some other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

In the previous episode we’ve created our Virtual Cloud Network, that provides you with complete control over your cloud networking environment that we will create in this Discovering MySQL Database Service journey.

In this episode, we’ll see what is OCI Object Storage and how to export data to it from a MySQL instance using MySQL Shell.
In fact, in the process of creating a MySQL DB system, this step is optional. But it is especially useful if you want to create a MDS instance with data from a MySQL server on premise or in any public/private cloud.

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Discovering MySQL Database Service – Episode 3 – Create a Virtual Cloud Network

This is the third episode of “Discovering MySQL Database Service“, a series of tutorials where I will show you, step by step, how to use MySQL Database Service and some other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

In the previous episode we’ve created our compartment, the foundation stone, of the architecture that we will build during this Discovering MySQL Database Service journey.

In this episode, we’ll see what is a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) and how to create one and use it.

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Discovering MySQL Database Service – Episode 2 – Create a compartment

This is the second episode of “Discovering MySQL Database Service“, a series of tutorials where I will show you, step by step, how to use MySQL Database Service and some other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

In the previous episode we've introduced the different components that we will use during this Discovering MySQL Database Service journey.

In this episode, we'll see what is a compartment and how to create one and use it in order to create a MySQL DB system.

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Oracle Live: MySQL & HeatWave

On December 2, Edward Screven, Oracle’s chief corporate architect revealed the Oracle MySQL Database Service with Analytics Engine known as HeatWave.

During Oracle Live on August 10th, 9AM PST, 12 noon ET / 1 PM BRT / 6 PM CEST, Edward Screven will share our latest MySQL innovations, along with the latest benchmarks, that show the speed and cost savings gained with MySQL HeatWave.

HeatWave, in-memory query accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service, allows customers to run very fast analytics queries directly against their MySQL databases entirely avoiding the step of data ETL into a …

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Discovering MySQL Database Service – Episode 1 – Introduction

This is the first episode of “Discovering MySQL Database Service“, a series of tutorials where I will show you, step by step, how to use MySQL Database Service and some other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

Like any series, in this episode I’m going to give you some context and set up the characters.

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MDS, PHP and authentication

Recently I blogged about how to easily deploy a LAMP application to MDS.

Using the Terraform module (OCI Resource Manager’s Stack) you also have the possibility to choose the PHP version to install:

But as you should already know, not all versions support the latest default authentication method in MySQL 8.0: caching_sha2_password [1], [2], [3].

Most of the PHP applications are using mysqli and mysqlnd

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Deploy your own PHP application on OCI and MDS

Recently, I wrote several articles about how to deploy popular Open Source applications on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and MySQL Database Service.

Today we will see how you can deploy your own LAMP stack application using the same technique where L will stand for a compute instance (and why not the Ampere always free trier?), A stays Apache and will run in that compute instance. M stands for MySQL Database Service and P for PHP.

As usual we start by deploying a Stack by just clicking on the deploy button from GitHub:

The we are directly redirected to OCI’s dashboard and we need to accept the Terms of Use:

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Use Matomo Website Analytics on OCI with MDS

Matomo is a Google Analytics alternative for your websites. If you follow my blog, you know how easy it’s to deploy popular Open Source web solutions like WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Moodle, Magento on OCI. If this is not yet your case, please check this page: deploy on OCI.

All these solutions are using MySQL Database Service to store their data.

I’ve recently added a new stack to also deploy Matomo. Of course this can be a standalone installation to collect all your analytics from self-hosted websites, but today I will describe you how to use it with an existing stack we already deployed on OCI.

For this example, I deployed WordPress using the following stack: …

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Deploy on OCI using Ampere Compute Instances !

Yesterday, Oracle announced a new range of Arm compute instances based on Ampere’s ARM processors

This is a very nice announcement ![1], [2] and something also very cool is that you are eligible for an Always Free instance up to 4 OCPUs, 24GB of RAM and 4Gbps network bandwidth !!

This is the max you can have and you define it during the shape selection:

I have already updated all the Stacks I propose to …

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Deploy Moodle on OCI with MDS

Moodle is the world’s most popular learning management system. Moodle is Open Source and of course it’s compatible with the most popular Open Source Database : MySQL !

I’ve already posted an article on how to install Moodle on OCI before we released MySQL Database Service. In this article we will see how to deploy Moodle very easily in OCI and using MDS.

Once again we will use the easiest way to deploy an complete architecture on OCI: Resource Manager.

We will then use a stack I’ve created that is available on GitHub This stack includes Terraform code allowing to deploy different architectures that we can use for Moodle. I’ve tried to cover the main possible architecture directly in the stack. …

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