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Oracle Announces New MySQL 5.6 Development Milestone Release

New Features Focus on Improved Availability, Performance and Manageability for Web, Cloud and Embedded Applications

Redwood Shores, Calif. – April 10, 2012News Facts

Today, Oracle announced a new Development Milestone Release (DMR) for MySQL 5.6, the world’s most popular open source database
Available for download in the MySQL Developer Zone, this MySQL 5.6 DMR delivers new replication features enhancing availability with self-healing recovery, increased performance, and improved manageability.
In addition to the new DMR, Oracle is providing early access to significant features under development for community testing and feedback through http://labs.mysql.com. The features include online operations for ADD index and NoSQL access to InnoDB via the Memcached protocol.

MySQL 5.6 DMR Focuses on Enhanced Availability, Increased Performance and Improved Manageability

The new MySQL 5.6 DMR delivers:
Enhanced high availability with new replication features, including: Global Transactions Identifiers (GTIDs), enabling replication progress to be tracked through a replication topology, providing a foundation for self-healing recovery, and the ability to deploy more complex replication topologies without administrative overhead. Coupled with the new MySQL replication utilities to provide monitoring with automatic failover and switchover, GTIDs alleviate the need for additional third party High-Availability solutions, protecting web and cloud-based services against both planned and unplanned downtime.

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