Oracle releases MySQL Cluster 7.1IdleTime writes "Seems like the OSS communities fear of Oracle not continuing the development of MySQL is incorrect. FTA:
"The latest release of MySQL Cluster (PDF) is now available, demonstrating our investment in MySQL development. MySQL Cluster 7.1 can be downloaded today at dev.mysql.com.
“Beating the competition to market matters for every business,” says Edward Screven, chief corporate architect, Oracle. “With the new MySQL Cluster 7.1 release enhancing high availability and simplifying management of real-time telecom and embedded applications, companies can deliver new services faster and more reliably.”
MySQL Cluster is a leading real-time relational database with no single point of failure. By providing very high availability and predictable millisecond response times, MySQL Cluster allows telecom and embedded users to meet their most demanding real-time application requirements.
MySQL Cluster 7.1 introduces MySQL Cluster Manager, a new solution that simplifies and automates the management of the MySQL Cluster database and enables administrators to respond quickly to changing market conditions and stringent service level agreements.
In addition, the new MySQL Cluster Connector for Java helps accelerate development cycles and time to market, and enables higher throughput and lower latency for Java-based services.
Support for in-memory and disk-based data; automatic data partitioning with load balancing; and the ability to add nodes to a running cluster with zero downtime, MySQL Cluster 7.1 delivers enhanced database scalability to handle unpredictable workloads.""
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