Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Monday, January 26, 2004

Open Source Database Gets One Step Closer To Easier Commercial Adoption: Bringing MySQL To The Masses

MySQL recently yesterday that they were launching a new application, MySQL Administrator, designed to give you a better visual understanding of how your database is actually functioning. The new Administrator software may help ease the process of moving from a proprietary system such as Access/SQL Server to the open-source system of MySQL. MySQL is an open-source database system that runs on any platform. One of the limitations of MySQL has been its lack of an official GUI to administer it. Performing routine backups, adding new users, or any other number of basic administration tasks has required using a third party solution or the MySQL client, which is a command prompt.



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posted by Robin Good on Monday, January 26 2004, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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