MySQL Looks To Make Database Administrators' Jobs Easier

Tuesday Nov 28th 2006 by Staff

The new version has monitoring tools designed to help administrators stop database problems before they get serious.

[From InformationWeek]

MySQL, the supplier of the open source database with the same name, this week started shipping a new enterprise version of its MySQL Server 5.0 database that eases the workload of database administrators. The new version comes with an expert advisory service built in, as well as monitoring information and problem-identifying alerts offered on a dashboard.

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