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Consequently, Continuent needs additional talented staff.
We are currently looking for a person who would be a good fit for our “Database Clustering Technical Sales & Support Engineer” position, in the US Pacific timezone.
If you know someone who would be a good fit for this role and our company’s culture, please send them our way.
Congratulations to Duo Security, which announced that it is to be acquired by Cisco Systems for $2.35b. This is a great outcome for all involved, and I'm very proud of what the team has accomplished.
I worked with Duo for about three years, initially as an advisor and ultimately as Chief Operating Officer running Sales, Marketing, Products, Engineering and Services. I helped grow the company from around $7m in Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) to about $100m. The company has continued to grow to 700 employees, 12,000 customers and revenues that I estimate could exceed $200m ARR by year end, based on prior published numbers.
Duo is the fastest growing company I've been a …[Read more]
Dear MySQL users,
The MySQL developer tools team announces 8.0.12 as our first
availability (GA) for MySQL Workbench 8.0.
For the full list of changes in this revision, visit
For discussion, join the MySQL Workbench Forums:
The release is now available in source and binary form for a
platforms from our download pages at:
MySQL User Camp is a forum where MySQL Engineers and community users come together to connect, collaborate, and share knowledge. This year’s first MySQL User Camp was held on 27th April 2018, at Oracle India Pvt Ltd, Kalyani Magnum Infotech Park, Bangalore with an excellent turnout of 60 attendees. The event began with a welcome […]
We’re excited to announce that Webyog has been acquired by Idera, Inc. Idera, Inc. is a leading provider of B2B software productivity tools that enable technical users to do more. This acquisition will allow Webyog to expand the reach of our MySQL tools to new geographies while better serving our customers.
Webyog began in 2001 with the mission to develop a quality MySQL GUI tool (SQLyog) for our users and quickly became a key contributor to the MySQL ecosystem. Our core principle of enabling users to easily manage their MySQL databases has resonated with MySQL users and enabled us to build best of breed database management tools for the community as a whole. Today, Webyog provides MySQL database management and monitoring tools to over 2.5 million users in 150+ countries.
Our joining forces with IDERA will further enhance our product offerings and provide customers with exciting …[Read more]
Join Shree Nair, Product Manager at Webyog, as he demonstrates the new ‘Audit Log Analysis’ feature introduced in Monyog v8.5.0 and rolls out the roadmap for the upcoming releases.
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 11:00 am EDT
What to expect from the webinar?
– Quick walkthrough of Audit Log feature on a live Monyog instance.
– You will learn about the upcoming product roadmap for Monyog.
– You can take part in Q&A session and submit your feature requests too.
If you can’t attend this webinar live, register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording.
You can …[Read more]
Although there is no official software release for MySQL 8.0 as of yet, most insiders believe that it’s likely to arrive sometime in 2018. In the meantime, Oracle has officially announced a tantalizing list of over two hundred new features! We recently covered Replication Performance Enhancements. Today’s blog will cover some of the other exciting enhancements we can expect when the production release of MySQL 8 hits the market.
New Database Roles
A role is a named collection of privileges that define what a user can and cannot do within a database. Roles play a vital part of database security by limiting who can connect to the server, access the database, or even access individual database objects and data.
Although prior to version 8, MySQL did provide a set of Privileges and Administrative Roles, the up-coming release will also support a set of flexible and properly …[Read more]
Although it feels like it was only yesterday that Oracle released version 5.7 of their acclaimed MySQL Community Server, version 8 is already available as a development milestone release (DMR). No, you didn’t sleep through a bunch of releases; MySQL is jumping several versions in its numbering due to 6.0 being dropped and 7.0 being reserved for the clustering version of MySQL. This new version boasts numerous changes (and bug fixes), one of the most exciting of which are replication enhancements. This blog will provide an overview of the new replication enhancements, including new replication timestamps, additional information reported by performance schema tables, and how replication delay has been reduced by updating the relationship between replication threads to make them more efficient.
New Replication Timestamps
The most common task when managing a …[Read more]
Now that we have the new MySQL community workspace on Slack we opened a workspace channel for our users there. If you have a question or problems with Workbench this is the place to be.
This channel will soon replace our old #workbench IRC channel.
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