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The cost of data storage equipment is on the rise and several computer users are looking for more efficient and cost-effective ways to save data. As data volumes continue to increase significantly, there is a growing need to get the best out of your data. Statistics have been in use for ages usually by the government of place to plan various activities like taxation. Collected information can be further analyzed to gain insights on trends like population growth rate. 

Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) enabled users to write Structured Query Language (SQL) codes that can be used to read and analyze data on demand. They are able to discover beneficial information through this system. MySQL makes it possible for users to organize and retrieve data pushing the limits of what can be accomplished with systematically collected data.

Why MySQL?

MySQL offers an open-source database server and a database management system which are important tools needed for website development. It is very fast and accessible on multiple platforms including desktop and mobile.

Due to the fact that MySQL can handle a large chunk of data securely at high speeds with multi-user access, it has become a fundamental tool that is loved by web developers. The RDBMS offers an array of capabilities to help you create, view and edit various database models. It supports high-level hypothetical data models that are ideal for depicting the relationship between collected information.

You need to have a sound knowledge and understanding of servers and databases to be able to successfully install MySQL. The server-side deployment process requires a couple of adjustments during installation to achieve the desired result. The Standard setup option should be implemented on computers that do not have any instance of MySQL installed while the Detailed option is for advanced users that intend to customize the server. The Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) feature facilitates the automatic encryption of database files before it is stored and its decryption when retrieved. You are also able to backup files to reduce the risk of data loss. It has thread-handling capabilities to handle the exponential growth of clients as well as statement executions.

MySQL supports the use of external authentication modules, digital signatures, and a host of other cryptographic features that enable its users to protect their data in compliance with standard operational requirements. It also has a firewall feature that protects your data from cyber-attacks in real-time. With a set of command line tools and no GUI, you are able to implement the full features of MySQL. There are third-party tools that offer an intuitive interface for your MySQL instance like VFront. It still gives you access to all the features that you will need.

MySQL Key Features Include:

  • Supports the use of external authentication modules using native Windows OS services or pluggable authentication modules;
  • Features command line tools;
  • Thread-handling capabilities;
  • Automatic encryption of database files;
  • Backup of database files;
  • Performance testing feature;
  • Generate query and error logs.

Summary

People using content management systems require a server, relational database as well as other important packages to keep it running smoothly. MySQL is a powerful tool that enables you to create and use the sites and applications you want.

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  • Last Updated: 2019-10-15
  • Developer: MySQL AB
  • Homepage: www.mysql.com
  • Version: 8.0.18
  • File size: 415.06 MB
  • Downloads: 2,442
  • Operating system: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Filename: mysql-installer-community-8.0.18.0.msi
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