MySql release cycle

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MySQL is the most widely used relational database management system today because it is based on open source. Originally developed by MySQL AB, it was acquired by Sun MicroSystems in 2008 and in 2010 by Oracle Corporation, which already had its own MySQL InnoDB engine.

MySQL is a dual-licensed database management system. On the one hand, it is open source, but on the other hand, it has a commercial version managed by Oracle Corporation. Enterprise Edition is designed for companies who want to integrate it into a patented product, including additional products or services such as monitoring and support tools. MySQL has opted for an approach called relational databases. With a relational database, your data is divided into separate storage areas (called tables) instead of placing them all in a large storage unit. For example, suppose you want to store two types of information: Customers: their names, addresses, details, etc. Orders, such as the product they bought, the price, who placed the order, etc. If you try to put all this data in a large jar, you will encounter some problems such as: Different data: The data you need to collect for orders is different from the data you collect for customers. Duplicate data: each customer has a name and each order has a customer name. Dealing with duplicate data is often complicated. No organization: how to succinctly link order information with customer information? To solve these problems, a relational database would use a separate table for clients and a separate table for orders.

Release cycle of MySQL

MySQL is always looking to redesign its format, and to give its public, always the best This official technology (GA) is updated every 18 to 24 months. Versions of GA can be found in MySQL Developer Zone. GA releases occur as follows: -A GA version is based on a DMR. The selected DMR undergoes additional testing and error correction; then a first RC (release candidate) is produced and made public. -The Release Candidate goes through the evaluation of customers and users; this may cause the need for more RC cycles until GA quality is reached. -The release of GA is published and announced.

Versions

Let’s talk a little about the versions of this service to store data; for this reason, we know that the MYSQL service is in force since 2004, in fact since October 20, 2004 begins to work. There are currently 17 versions of MYSQL, ranging from verision 2.9.1 to version 2.5.1.

  • This was the first version: 2.9.1, which was made on February 16, 2013, whose characteristics was (39 KB)
  • The second version 2.9.1, which was made on February 16, 2013, whose characteristics was x86-mingw32 (175 KB)
  • The third version 2.9.1, which was released on February 16, 2013, features x86-mswin32-60 (175 KB)
  • This was the fourth version 2.9.0 , which was made on November 17, 2012, whose features was x86-mingw32 (175 KB)
  • This was the fifth version, 2.9.0 , which was made on November 17, 2012, whose features was x86-mswin32-60 (175 KB)
  • This was the sixth version, 2.9.0 , which was made in November 17, 2012, whose characteristics was (39 KB)
  • This was the seventh version 2.8.2, which was made in November 06, 2012, whose characteristics was (38.5 KB) and is currently deleted
  • This was the eighth version, 2.8.2, which was made on November 06, 2012, whose characteristics was x86-mingw32 (175 KB) and which, currently is erased
  • This was the ninth version, 2.8.2, which was made on November 06, 2012, whose features was x86-mswin32-60 (175 KB) and which, to this day sen is deleted
  • This was the tenth version, 2.8.1, which was made on September 25, 2009, whose characteristics was x86-mswin32 (119 KB)
  • This was the eleventh version, 2.8.1, which was made on August 22, 2009, whose characteristics was (37.5 KB)
  • This was the twelfth version, 2.8.1, which was made on September 25, 2009, whose characteristics was x86-mingw32 (119 KB)
  • This was the thirteenth version, 2.7.3 , which was made on September 25, 2009, whose characteristics was mswin32 (55.5 KB)
  • This was the fourteenth version, 2.7.1, which was made on September 25, 2009, whose characteristics was mswin32 (43.5 KB)
  • This was the fifteenth version, 2.7, which was made on October 09, 2005, whose characteristics was (32.5 KB)
  • This was the sixteenth version 2.6, which was made on June 23, 2005, whose characteristics was (23.5 KB)
  • This was the latest version, the oldest, 2.5.1, which was made on October 20, 2004, whose characteristics was (43 KB)

Next versions

Oracle introduces My SQL Autopilot software, which allows the use of artificial intelligence to optimize and automate MySQL HeatWave services. “Autopilot uses machine learning to run its database. Now, it’s about using it with your data”. Oracle launched an industry first study on machine learning benchmarks using a large number of public data sets from different providers, some analysts said. In smaller clusters, machine learning models trained with MySQL HeatWave were on average 25 times faster and cost only 1% of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Redshift ML. Benchmarks based on public machine learning datasets show that MySQL HeatWave outperforms Google’s BigQuery, Microsoft’s Azure Synapse and Snowflake solutions, and even AWS’s Redshift with query accelerators. Oracle has published machine Learning benchmarks made with a large number of public datasets using different vendors, an industry-first study, according to some analysts. In the smaller cluster, machine Learning models formed with MySQL heatwave were on average 25 times faster, that is, 1% of the cost of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Redshift ML. Benchmarks based on public machine learning datasets show that MySQL heatwave offers better value than BigQuery solutions from Google, Microsoft Azure Synapse and Snowflake, and even AWS Redshift with its query accelerator.

December 1, 2021 by blog.released.info