It was earlier difficult to manage a large amount of data on excel and it was time-consuming to maintain a spreadsheet. But with the use …
It is being used by 90% of products that my organization has developed. All the products that are in the development phase or in …
We used MySQL in our company as a database for several mini-projects or services. It is a great Open Source system for managing data. It …
We are using MySQL in a few of our microservices application databases. We chose MySQL because its easy to use, has a lot of documentation …
We use MySQL Database multiple departments across the organization as an RDMS(relational database management system) for small-medium …
MySQL has helped me to excel in my field of deploying cloud-native applications and provided me a smooth route to carry on my everyday …
We use it from time-to-time, as the database solution for our smaller projects which requires a relational database. Usually used by the …
Most of our internal applications use MySQL as their database. For example, our team owns a JVM tuning & testing platform will need to …
We use MySQL mainly as a database management system for small applications oriented to the management of resources of the different …
We use MySQL as a RDBMS in a variety of web systems across the entire organization. It's very easy to use, install, and support multiple …
In my team, we are using MySQL as a relational database management system for internal software development projects. It helps us to store …
MySQL is serving more than one department in our organization. In the R&D department, it's being used as part of our software development. …
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MySQL is used by the whole company. This is a very useful structured database managing tool which helps us in our day-to-day data mining …
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MySQL is a popular open-source relational and embedded database, now owned by Oracle. For more information visit https://www.mysql.com
What is MySQL?
MySQL is one of the most popular database software options for businesses of all sizes. The software is open source, and highly customizable, so users can set up an instance that meets their needs.
While MySQL is a specific product, NoSQL is a type of database that includes a number of available products. Whether a NoSQL (nonrelational database) product or using MySQL (relational database) is right for you greatly depends on the data you are storing, queries, and flexibility.
MySQL is a popular open-source relational and embedded database, now owned by Oracle.
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The most common users of MySQL are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Computer Software industry.
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- Run procedures
- Spinning up new DBs
- I prefer MySQL's native engine to that of InnoDB. I find InnoDB to be a little cumbersome.
- The initial setup on Linux can be a little tricky but just follow the documentation.
- I don't particularly care for MySQL on Windows. It just seems wrong and feels non-native.
- Maybe during the initial setup.
- The initial installation can be difficult to find, especially on a Mac.
- There is an accompanying GUI tool, SQL Workbench, which can be cumbersome to use if you are just wanting to learn the basics of SQL.
- Statistics & Performance- Getting any really detailed performance stats e.g. IO, Memory Usage on how the database performs can be difficult and are not as well documented as say Oracle.