Planet MySQL HA Blog

The Planet MySQL HA Blog aggregates content from sources that cover topics related to high availability (HA) for MySQL databases.

Read column names from headers in data files with MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse

In this blog post we will see how to use MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse to load data using MySQL Autopilot and have it automatically extract the header row to use as column names in the generated tables.

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Fintech startups choose MySQL HeatWave

Fintech (financial technology) companies continue to disrupt the financial services industry. The technology they rely on is paramount; it often determines their ability to deliver an innovative solution exhibiting the performance, scalability, security, reliability, and cost-efficiency that will sway customers. Let’s consider in this blog why 4 fintech startups migrated to MySQL HeatWave, and the results they achieved.

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Machine learning with recommender system models in MySQL Heatwave AutoML

This blog discusses recommender system models and their usage in MySQL HeatWave AutoML

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How to deploy WordPress and MySQL on OKE using MySQL Operator for Kubernetes

In this article we will see how we can deploy WordPress and MySQL on OKE in OCI using the MySQL Operator for Kubernetes.

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Introducing Data Import from Amazon S3 in MySQL HeatWave on AWS

Introducing Data Import from Amazon S3 in MySQL HeatWave on AWS

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MySQL Connector/J 2FA and FIDO (WebAuthn)

Not long ago, multifactor authentication and support for FIDO were added to MySQL. Although the original FIDO authentication has now been deprecated in favor of an improved, FIDO2 authentication mechanism—the Web Authentication (WebAuthn); both share the premise that a user must possess an authentication device and use it to certify that the person is who they claim to be. Connector/J supports both and in this post I will show how the WebAuthn authentication can be used.

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Introducing the ISV Catalog for MySQL HeatWave

This Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Catalog for MySQL HeatWave will enable both customers and partners to easily find 3rd party ISV products and services for MySQL HeatWave.    

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Running MySQL Tests With GitHub Actions

A comprehensive continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CP) process should include automated testing of code. In this post, we will discuss how to use GitHub Actions to run tests for Node.js code that interacts with a MySQL database.

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Where can you find MySQL team in October 2023

Where can you find MySQL team in October 2023

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Building ML models using data in object storage with HeatWave AutoML

MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse supercharges MySQL HeatWave AutoML by enabling machine learning operations – such as training, prediction, and explanation – to be performed on data stored in an object store or inside the database. ML capabilities are included at no additional cost for MySQL HeatWave users.

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