Pour qui ?
Clients du secteur des technologies, du e-commerce, des télécommunications, des institutions publiques, des réseaux sociaux, etc. Par exemple Facebook, Uber, Twitter, etc. Les ISV, OEM et VAR tirent parti de MySQL comme base de données intégrée. Par exemple Cisco, Symantec, Sony, etc.
Notes moyennes1 140 avis
- Note globale 4.6/5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.4/5
- Service client 4.2/5
- Fonctionnalités 4.4/5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.6/5
Informations sur le produit
- Version gratuite Non
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Formation en ligne en direct
Service de support permanent (réponse directe)
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 1995
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MySQL Enterprise Edition propose l'ensemble le plus complet de fonctionnalités avancées, d'outils de gestion et de support technique pour atteindre le plus haut niveau d'évolutivité, de sécurité, de fiabilité et de disponibilité MySQL. Il réduit les risques, les coûts et la complexité en matière de développement, de déploiement et de gestion des applications MySQL stratégiques.
MySQL - Fonctionnalités
- Accès mobile
- Analyse des performances
- Compatible avec divers languages de programmation
- Contrôles/Permissions d'accès
- Conversion de bases de données
- Migration de données
- Réplication de données
- Sauvegarde et récupération
Avis les plus utiles sur MySQL
Publié le 07/12/2018
lightweight but reliable and effective.
Commentaires: MYSQL saved my company money on longtime basic and have also resulted in faster processing time from database call and query while its ability to work well with third-party interface application meant that I do not have to work from command prompt screen.
I used MySQL in a project that was covered under the GPL license thus it was free. This helped My company save a lot of expenses compared to when we were using another DB software.
My adaptation to MYSQL was quick based on my previous use and knowledge of MSSQL which have similar Coding structure and many parallel functions.
MYSQL, been open sourced means that there are tons of thousands of supports and help is available on the internet. I have found this to be particularly very helpful in sorting out otherwise difficult situations.
Reliability of MYSQL is the reason MYSQL is the most used database client and I cannot agree less! Been a witness to its reliability, I can say that MYSQL does what it was designed for effectively…and to think it is always been improved upon.
I have used MYSQL with Apache/Tomcat JAVA, Perl. , PHP and JSP and it Worked seamlessly with them. I have observed that MYSQL works best for me when called from Spring Web Flow either through a Hibernate layer or JDBC though.
MYSQL is flexible, easy to install because of its lightweight and can scale to very heavy DB without the need for additional support. So far, there has not been a need to change to a new database management application for us. The only downside I have noticed is on query time speed. for instance, a query that use to call for 0.18 seconds now does 0.23 seconds due to DB expansion over the period of 1 year which is still acceptable.
The need for technical support is overwhelming even though you will most likely find help on the internet.
It is difficult to get your actual database performance base on your system specs adaptation like memory utilization and usage during different calls.
There is a shocking lack of documentation for many functions embedded within the program and I had to resort to the internet to uncover their uses.
You are going to have to learn MYSQL irrespective of your previous knowledge of query languages. This can be more difficult if you are totally new to structural languages and querying tables.
The fact that MySQL does not support ARRAY data types means it cannot be adapted to certain situations and projects. I advise you get detailed need analysis before jumping on MYSQL to avoid data type mismatch and project regrets.
Publié le 08/12/2019
Stellar platform. A bit of a learning curve when downloading to get the right tools.
Commentaires: Compared with 20 years of Microsoft SQL database work, the switch to MySQL was far superior. Code level language . Remote administration is vastly superior to Microsoft SQL.
Avantages: The platform is stable - always working. Documentation is consistent. Updates are coherent and stable. We use it in 95% of all our projects, and it has been a life saver for our bottom line.
Inconvénients: Choosing the right tool to download was confusing. Obviously written by developers instead of management. I'd suggest a 2-4 step process to help in choosing the right packages. The setup process could use a bit more explanation and be more lucid.
Publié le 28/10/2019
Robust and easy to implement
Commentaires: Robust, easy to use, fast and reliable. Easy to develop stored procedures and triggers
Avantages: One of the best features of MySQL is that it's easy to configure and start using. I found less of connectivity issues as compared to sql sever or Oracle. Also its platform independent
Inconvénients: Terms used for components and features like schema and database is different than what is used in other dbms. If someone is new and migrating from SQL server or Oracle to this software, they will find the nomenclature a little confusing
Publié le 08/08/2019
MySQL the default database server
Commentaires: We just use MySQL for all of our databases
Avantages: It's the default standard for many companies. MySQL has grown into a very stable product that never crashes. We've made the move to MariaDB, but found that the tables sometimes get corrupted when restarting a database server under heavy load. With the recent speed improvements to MySQL, we have decided to actually migrate back to MySQL.
Inconvénients: I'd really like if they would spend a bit more time on their CLI interface. As in, syntax highlighting in the CLI, an easier way to scroll through multiline queries when going through the history. I would also like it if we can specify a color scheme to use for the output.
Publié le 16/12/2019
Can't go wrong with MySQL (for PHP or Java projects)
Jose miguel S.
Commentaires: So far, its been good. MySQL is an easy to use and configure Database, with a huge community and resources.
The infinite documentation for any OS/Language combination to develop with MySQL is astonishing.
You just need to go to google and search your question regarding a problem or a best practice with MySQL and you will find it, for sure.
Installation is a breeze in any OS I installed on. Just a few clicks and you are done. If you got lost (hardly), google it and have your answer.
You still need to work with plain text files for advanced configurations.
Stability its been improved with each release, but hurts performance by little.