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PART VII PART I PART I PART I PART I
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MySQL claims to be the most popular SQL database, with well over 10 million installations. Its popularity exploded with the Internet, and it became an early choice for Internet sites that needed database management. This role was cemented in the product s role in the socalled LAMP stack, a combination of the Linux operating system base, Apache web server, the MySQL database and the PHP/Python/Perl programming language. MySQL is especially strongly associated with PHP as a tool base for building database-centric applications for web sites. Some of the highest-volume web sites on the Internet use it, including Facebook, Wikipedia, YouTube, and parts of the Google system. MySQL was originally developed and distributed by a company of the same name (MySQL AB), based in Sweden. A basic version of the software is available free of charge for research and personal use under the open source GNU Public License (GPL). Commercial use of MySQL requires payment of a license fee, but the cost is fairly low, encouraging widespread distribution. MySQL also provides fee-based support and maintenance for the product. One of the unique features of MySQL is a clean separation between the higher-level database functions (including the SQL language processing) and the lower-level storage engine that manages the physical storage and retrieval of data. Over time, several different storage engines have been developed and used, tuned for different purposes. A larger and more complex storage engine provided disk-based storage and full ACID transaction support for multiuser applications. An alternative storage engine with a smaller footprint provided persistent disk storage but incomplete transaction support, well suited for singleuser applications and for software development. This arrangement provided flexibility to address a broad range of applications, but also left MySQL as a vulnerable company. One of the most popular early storage engines, produced by a Swedish company named InnoDB, was acquired by Oracle in 2006, and there was broad speculation at the time that Oracle would use its power to stymie the success of MySQL. However, Oracle has continued to release InnoDB versions to support MySQL, and alternative transactional storage managers have emerged. Despite the popularity of MySQL, the company had a difficult time growing its revenues to the size that would support an independent enterprise database company because of the low unit prices associated with the open source model. In early 2008, Sun Microsystems announced that it was acquiring MySQL and would use it, together with
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Appendixes
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Sun s Java programming language, to advance the open source software movement. This move made MySQL a part of a much larger organization with greater resources, but also tied MySQL to Sun s own challenges as a high-end UNIX systems vendor. Two of the MySQL founders left a year later, in early 2009, but the product appears to be firmly established as part of Sun s software product line.
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Sybase began as a mid-1980s DBMS startup company, about a decade after the early relational database pioneers. The company s founding team and many of its early employees were alumni of other DBMS vendors, and for most of them, Sybase represented the second or third relational DBMS that they had built. Sybase positioned its product as the relational DBMS for online applications and stressed the technical and architectural features that distinguished it from other SQL-based DBMS products. These features included A client/server architecture, with client software running on Sun and VAX workstations and IBM PCs, and the server running on VAX/VMS or Sun systems A multithreaded server that handled its own task management and input/output, for maximum efficiency A programmatic API, instead of the embedded SQL interface used by most other DBMS vendors Stored procedures, triggers, and a Transact-SQL dialect that extended SQL into a complete server programming language These innovations made Sybase the most technically flashy DBMS at the time, and the company s late start actually gave it a technical competitive edge. Technology leadership, aggressive marketing, and a first-class roster of venture capital backers gained Sybase the attention of industry analysts, but it was a subsequent OEM deal with Microsoft and Ashton-Tate that positioned the company as an up-and-coming DBMS vendor. Renamed SQL Server, the Sybase DBMS was ported to OS/2, and marketed by Microsoft to computer systems vendors (along with OS/2), and by Ashton-Tate through retail computer channels. Although sales from the alliance were minimal, the publicity propelled Sybase into the DBMS market as a serious player. Microsoft took over development responsibility for SQL Server, and that product has diverged significantly from Sybase s DBMS. The Sybase product has been through many major revisions over the years, and Sybase augmented the flagship DBMS through acquisitions of development tools and other software products over the years. Between the third and fourth editions, the Sybase DBMS became recognized as an enterprise-class product. Today, the flagship Sybase DBMS (renamed Adaptive Server Enterprise) is a fullfeatured enterprise database product for UNIX-based servers. It has a significant installed base, especially among financial services and technology companies, but holds a distant third-place overall market share position behind Oracle and IBM. Two complementary products provide advanced replication capabilities (Replication Server) for linking distributed databases, and a database integration capability (Open Server) for bridging disparate database environments. Sybase has been particularly successful in the mobile and embedded database markets, where its SQL Anywhere product is the market leader. SQL Anywhere provides both data management on the mobile system or device, and data exchange capabilities that link to and synchronize with enterprise databases.
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Appendix B:
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