MySQL VMs Get a New Template from Oracle

June 2011
Channel Insider;6/28/2011, p3
The article offers information on the Oracle Virtual Machine Template software intended for the MySQL Enterprise Edition from MySQL AB. It mentions that the software, which was made by Oracle Corp., provides lower-cost and efficient deployments of MySQL Enterprise Edition by eliminating majority of the standard manual configuration it needs. Furthermore, the advantages of using the software which include better reliability, higher uptime, and faster deployments are discussed.


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