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22 Apr 2014 MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.0 alpha [35936]
Not suitable for production

MySQL for Visual Studio is a product including all of the Visual Studio integration previously available as part of Connector/Net. The 1.2.0 version is an alpha release of this product that intents to introduce users to the new features in this version.

This release is not feature complete and there are significant limitations but it should be stable enough for users to understand the new features and how we expect them to work. As is the case with all non-GA releases, it should not be used in any production environment. It is appropriate for use with MySQL server versions 5.0-5.6.
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17 Apr 2014 MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3.16 [35819]
Updated to use OpenSSL 1.0.1g

Andy Bang writes, "We are pleased to announce that MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3.16 is now available for download on the My Oracle Support (MOS) web site.

The Service Manager, Agent, and bundled MySQL Server binaries included in 2.3.16 are all updated to use OpenSSL 1.0.1g.

for further information. You can also find additional details about Enterprise Monitor 2.3.16 in the change log..."
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17 Apr 2014 MySQL High Availability, 2nd Edition [35821]
Charles Bell, Mats Kindahl, Lars Thalmann

Server bottlenecks and failures are a fact of life in any database deployment, but they don't have to bring everything to a halt. This practical book explains replication, cluster, and monitoring features that can help protect your MySQL system from outages, whether it's running on hardware, virtual machines, or in the cloud.

Written by engineers who designed many of the tools covered, this book reveals undocumented or hard-to-find aspects of MySQL reliability and high availability - knowledge that's essential for any organization using this database system. This second edition describes extensive changes to MySQL tools. Versions up to 5.5 are covered, along with several 5.6 features.

  • Learn replication fundamentals, including use of the binary log and MySQL Replicant Library
  • Handle failing components through redundancy -Scale out to manage read-load increases, and use data sharding to handle large databases and write-load increases -Store and replicate data on individual nodes with MySQL Cluster -Monitor database activity and performance, and major operating system parameters -Keep track of masters and slaves, and deal with failures and restarts, corruption, and other incidents -Examine tools including MySQL Enterprise Monitor, MySQL Utilities, and GTIDs

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14 Apr 2014 MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.0.9 [35820]
Includes OpenSSL Security Bug Fix

Oracles is pleased to announce that MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.0.9 is now available for download on the My Oracle Support (MOS) web site.

The Service Manager, Agent, and bundled MySQL Server binaries included in 3.0.9 are all updated to use OpenSSL 1.0.1g. You can also find additional details about Enterprise Monitor 3.0.9 in the change log.

You will find binaries for the new release on My Oracle Support. Choose the "Patches & Updates" tab, and then choose the "Product or Family (Advanced Search)" side tab in the "Patch Search" portlet.

You will also find the binaries on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud within about 7 days of this announcement. Choose "MySQL Database" as the Product Pack and you will find the Enterprise Monitor along with other MySQL products..."
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03 Apr 2014 Data Encryption with MySQL Enterprise Backup 3.10 [35622]
Introduces support for encrypted backup

"MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) 3.10 introduces support for encrypted backups by allowing backup images, or single-file backups, to be encrypted. However, backups stored in multiple files in a backup directory can not be encrypted.

Any MEB command that produces a backup image can be optionally requested to encrypt it. The encrypted backup image can be stored in a file or tape in the same way as an unencrypted backup image. Similarly, any MEB command that reads data from a backup image accepts also an encrypted backup image. This means that encrypted backups can be used in all the same situations as unencrypted backup images..."
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