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17 Feb 2017 ProxySQL 1.3.4 [60732]
By Rene Cannao, February 17th, 2017

Rene blogs, "I am happy to announce the release of the latest stable release of ProxySQL 1.3.4 on 18 February 2017.

ProxySQL is a high performance, high availability, protocol aware proxy for MySQL, with a GPL license! It can be downloaded here, and freely usable and accessible according to GPL license.

ProxySQL 1.3.4 is bug fixes release based on ProxySQL 1.3.3: no new features were introduced..."
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15 Feb 2017 MySQL on Docker: Composing the Stack [60735]
By Severalnines, February 15th, 2017

Severalnines blogs, "Docker 1.13 introduces a long-awaited feature called compose-file support, which allow us to define our containers with a nice simple config file instead of a single long command. If you have a look at our previous 'MySQL on Docker' blog posts, we used multiple long command lines to run containers and services. By using compose-file, containers are easily specified for deployment. This reduces the risk for human error as you do not have to remember long commands with multiple parameters.

In this blog post, we'll show you how to use compose-file by using simple examples around MySQL deployments. We assume you have Docker Engine 1.13 installed on 3 physical hosts and Swarm mode is configured on all hosts..."
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12 Feb 2017 Libreoffice Vs. Microsoft Office: It'S A Format War [60344]
CIO, February 3rd, 2017

Swapnil Bhartiya writes in CIO, "Italo Vignoli, a co-founder of The Document Foundation, shares his thoughts on the past, present and future of LibreOffice...

Sun Microsystems was home to many critical open source projects including OpenOffice, MySQL, Java, and VirtualBox. When Oracle acquired Sun, members of these projects grew concerned about their projects. MySQL was forked, and the OpenOffice community created a body called The Document Foundation (TDF) to ensure the survival of the project.

However, Oracle was displeased about the formation of TDF and the ensuing conflict led to LibreOffice becoming a fork of OpenOffice. The first release of LibreOffice came in 2011. By 2012, TDF was registered as an organization in Germany..."
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10 Feb 2017 Why Enterprises Shouldn't Be Wary About Using Open Source Software [60417]
ITProPortal, February 10th, 2017

"Open Source software offers a number of advantages over licensed software...

With WordPress, Firefox and Linux now the virtual infrastructure for many millions of internet users globally, and the likes of Apache and database management system MySQL widely embraced by corporations, Open Source (OS) software has long since passed a tipping-point moment. Yet despite growing familiarity with what OS means - and usage even by the EU and the US Government - doubts among many businesses about the quality and reliability of OS software persist..."
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10 Feb 2017 Friday Spotlight: DevOps and the Cloud [60519]
By Tony Kay, February 10th, 2017

Tony writes, "One of the biggest and most exciting trends we've been seeing amongst customers, and the industry as a whole, is the parallel rise of DevOps and Microservices for cloud development. Linux, virtualization and of course Docker have become the key foundational elements for these next generation Cloud Native application architectures, whether deployed on-premise or in the public cloud.

We've had some exciting announcements here too in the Virtualization and Linux teams with more to come. Most recently we've just launched the Oracle Container Registry where you can pull many of Oracle's software platforms including MySQL, Oracle Database 12c, Oracle WebLogic and of course Oracle Linux itself..."
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