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Product News : Latest MySQL 5.7 Release Enhances Database Performance
on 2014/9/25 9:33:04 (619 reads)
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Oracle announced today a new development milestone release for MySQL 5.7. Continuing to meet the demands of today's web, cloud, and embedded applications, the new release further extends the performance, scalability, and reliability of MySQL, the world's most popular open source database, while enhancing management capabilities. Oracle also announced several additional MySQL product releases and early access features as well as the availability of MySQL source code on

Oracle announced a new development milestone release (DMR) for MySQL 5.7.  Available for download in the MySQL Developer Zone, on Monday, September 29, this MySQL 5.7.5 DMR includes many performance and scalability features, including a new optimizer dynamic cost model, improved InnoDB performance, and replication performance improvements, as well as several manageability enhancements.

Also available on Monday, September 29 are:
* MySQL Fabric 1.5, which includes the ability to provision servers through OpenStack
* MySQL Workbench 6.2, which features new performance and migration capabilities
* The first MySQL Cluster 7.4 DMR, which delivers active-active replication as well as performance and operational enhancements

In addition, Oracle is providing early access to features under development, including MySQL Group Replication and multisource replication, for community testing and feedback through To better serve the MySQL community, Oracle is making the MySQL source code publicly available on (, allowing users to download it from their preferred code host and collaboration platform. 

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