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Oracle MySQL Newsletter August 2021

MySQL 8.0.26 is Generally Available
  • Oracle Live: New MySQL HeatWave Innovations
  • Announcing MySQL 8.0.26
  • MySQL Product Releases
  • Customer Highlights: The Gold Continent (North America), Itaú Unibanco (LAD)
  • Upcoming LIVE Webinars
  • Recent Blogs
  • Tip of the Month
Oracle Live: New MySQL HeatWave Innovations
Tuesday, August 10, 2021, 12 noon ET / 1 PM BRT
Join our August 10 Oracle Live event to learn about a series of powerful innovations to the MySQL Database Service with HeatWave. See how these innovations will increase automation, further improve performance, and increase the set of workloads that are accelerated by HeatWave.
Announcing MySQL 8.0.26
MySQL Server 8.0.26 and 5.7.35, new versions of the popular Open Source Database Management System, have been released in conjunction with the 8.0.26 Connector and Component products.

We are also pleased to announce the release of MySQL Cluster 8.0.26, the latest GA, along with 7.6.19, 7.5.23, 7.4.33. MySQL Cluster is the distributed, shared-nothing variant of MySQL.
MySQL Product Releases
Check the reference below. Download them from here.

MySQL Community Server 8.0.26

MySQL Connector/ODBC 8.0.26
MySQL Connector/Python 8.0.26
MySQL Connector/NET 8.0.26
MySQL Connector/J 8.0.26
MySQL Connector/Node.js 8.0.26
MySQL Connector/C++ 8.0.26

MySQL Enterprise Backup 8.0.26
MySQL Shell 8.0.26
MySQL Router 8.0.26
MySQL Workbench 8.0.26

MySQL Cluster 8.0.26
Recent Blogs
Scale-up MySQL NDB Cluster 8.0.26 to +1.5M QPS the easy way with AMD EPYC 7742
By Tiago Alves

MySQL Shell Dump & Load and Compression
MySQL: Character Sets, Unicode, and UCA compliant collations
Using OCI Cloud Shell & Bastion with MySQL Database Service
MySQL Database Service: Snapshot your data - backups
By Frederic Descamps

Writing Data From the Pandas Data Analysis Library To MySQL
Pandas and The MySQL Shell
MySQL 8.0.26 And Interesting Items in the Release Notes
By Dave Stokes

Updates to Code for MySQL Concurrency – v1.1 and v1.2
By Jesper Krogh

Tip of the Month
Check user accounts on a regular basis

A good practice is to check user accounts on a regular basis to make sure they are valid accounts. Too many times, we hear stories of people who have left their company but are still able to get into the company’s systems after they left. Big companies have processes in place to prevent such unauthorized access. Smaller companies too often do not. Consider how you can prevent retired users from signing into your internal systems and what you can do to protect your organization's data.
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