Monday, May 27, 2024

Oracle says MySQL Cluster 7.4 now available for local firms

Tech giant Oracle has announced the general availability of?MySQL Cluster 7.4, which delivers greater performance, high availability, and advanced management capabilities to power highly demanding telecommunications, Web, mobile, and cloud services.

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?With digital proliferation generating more data than ever before, businesses need online transaction processing to be as efficient and performant as possible,? said Tomas Ulin, vice president for MySQL engineering at Oracle.

?With no single point of failure, MySQL Cluster 7.4 provides high performance to a wide range of application requirements for a user base that spans administrators of major telecommunications subscriber databases to providers of next-generation Web, cloud, social, and mobile applications.?

MySQL Cluster is an open source, ACID-compliant transactional database designed to deliver real-time in-memory performance and 99.999% availability. It powers the subscriber databases of major communications service providers and is used in global fraud detection for financial transactions.

The latest release builds upon a series of development milestone releases that have enabled users to preview, test, and provide feedback during the development process.

According to the?SysBench benchmark, MySQL Cluster 7.4 can deliver a nearly 50% performance improvement over MySQL Cluster 7.3 for read-only workloads and nearly 40% improvement for read/write operations.

Performance improvements are available through SQL or any of the native NoSQL APIs supported by MySQL Cluster, including Java, C++, HTTP, Memcached, and JavaScript/Node.js. Additionally, MySQL Cluster 7.4 established new records of 200 million NoSQL reads per second with 32 data nodes and nearly 2.5 million SQL statements per second with 16 data nodes.

The latest release provides rollback of any conflicting transactions, enabling full active-active, update-anywhere replication between geographically distant clusters, with applications able to send reads and writes to any site without compromising on consistency.


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