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How to Easily Convert Your MS Access Data to MySQL

Microsoft Access is a relational system for managing databases that is used to create small-scale databases for a single user or small teams. MySQL is a robust open-source relational database management system for more extensive data volumes and web applications.

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The Future of Databases: Exploring Serverless MySQL With PlanetScale

Serverless databases are a modern approach to database technology. Unlike traditional databases, where users have to manage server infrastructure and capacity planning, serverless databases remove those complexities. Users can focus solely on their data and applications, leaving the database infrastructure provisioning, scaling, and maintenance to the service provider.

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What Is AWS IAM? How to Connect to Amazon RDS Using IAM Database Authentication

Navigating the security landscape of cloud services can be complex, but AWS IAM provides a robust framework for secure access management. In this article, we'll explore what AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is and how it enhances security.

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How to Import/Export MySQL Data to SQL Azure: Using ODBC Driver for Data Migration

In this article, we'll briefly review some advantages of SQL Azure, a Microsoft cloud-based SQL database service, and explore how to export and import data between Azure SQL and MySQL server using a universal ODBC driver for SQL Azure and a powerful MySQL tool - dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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Meet the Grand New dbForge Studio MySQL 10.0 with Integrated Source Control!

We don't say that quite often, but here is an update to end all updates, one of the biggest bulks of new features and enhancements that dbForge Studio for MySQL has ever seen.

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How to Upload MySQL Backup Files to FTP or Free File Hosting Services

Discover the best practices for creating secure MySQL backups and uploading them to FTP or popular free file hosting services like Fex.net, Fastupload.io, MEGA, Google Drive, and Easyupload.io. Protect your data with our comprehensive guide.

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Case Study: How the Engineers of SMD Found a Way to Process Millions of Database Records Faster With dbForge Studio for MySQL

Here comes the success story of Specialized Media Dashboard, a project that comprises an open-source media monitoring system. The specialized media in question encompasses the spheres of journalism, law enforcement, and climate change.

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How to Run dbForge Studio for MySQL on Ubuntu With Wine

In recent years, Linux has witnessed an impressive increase in popularity as a robust and reliable operating system that caters to a diverse range of users, from casual enthusiasts to seasoned software developers. As Linux continues to gain ground across various industries, there's a growing need for software tools and applications originally designed for Windows environments to be installed and utilized on the Linux platform.

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MySQL ROUND Function Examples

The upcoming tutorial will focus on the ROUND function, which is used to round numeric values for precision and accuracy. Rounding is vital in databases to avoid discrepancies in calculations, particularly with financial and scientific data. The article will provide practical examples and insights into effectively using the ROUND function for reliable results in dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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How to Configure MySQL Deployment Automation: A Practical Guide

In the article, we are going to explore the importance of the database deployment in MySQL and how automation can enhance this process. In addition, we'll examine how to set up schema comparison and synchronization using the command line with the help of dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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