ANTs Again Offers Beacon of Hope for MySQL Users

Tuesday Feb 14th 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Oracle's Acquisition of Database-Maker Sleepycat Leaves MySQL Users with Limited Options for Open-Source Transaction Engines.

[From ANTs Software]

BURLINGAME, Calif., February 14, 2006 – With Oracle again taking ownership of a key MySQL component, ANTs software, inc. (OTCBB:ANTS), a developer of high-performance SQL database management systems, continues to shine as an exceptional alternative for current and prospective MySQL customers alarmed by Oracle's acquisition of Sleepycat and its BerkeleyDB database technology. The Sleepycat acquisition comes on the heels of Oracle's purchase of Innobase OY and its InnoDB transaction engine, and creates great uncertainty over MySQL's ability to provide enterprise-class transaction processing in the future.

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