MySQL Goes a Clustering
April 14, 2004[From internetnews.com]
MySQL AB has unveiled its first clustering technology, designed to significantly improve the availability and performance of its open-source database for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB).
During the MySQL User's Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla. Wednesday, the Sweden-based company announced MySQL Cluster for e-commerce and other Web-based applications that require continuous availability.
MySQL Vice President of Marketing Zack Urlocker said MySQL Cluster includes the MySQL database, built on a clustering architecture that serves database applications at a 99.999 percent availability rate.
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