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Microblogging site reveals some of the enhancements it's made to the database technology it uses to store user-generated data.
Oracle veteran and MySQL sympathizer Ken Jacobs has resigned from the database giant, calling into question Oracle's ability to deliver on its MySQL promises.
Oracle offered a lot of money for MySQL. Here's why it didn't win.
MySQL just increased its enterprise attractiveness, but Oracle may not let it keep it.
Oracle continues to grow its market share through its consolidation strategy.
Oracle risks alienating MySQL's developers, given that it might have little incentive to ensure its future success. This could provide fodder for a fruitful fork--by Red Hat.
Oracle probably didn't understand MySQL well enough to want to buy the open-source start-up, now part of Sun. Like a knife and screwdriver, their products are complementary.
MySQL has a problem: the project has become so important that many have forgotten the company at its heart.
Oracle now has the reputation of being a hard-driving proprietary software company, but it was founded under very different principles.
Mårten Mickos urges EU antitrust regulators to approve Oracle's Sun acquisition, arguing that delay hurts customers and that Oracle won't sink Sun's MySQL group.