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  • MySQL Open Source Database in 2006
    • MySQL ( มายเอสคิวแอล ) คือ โปรแกรมระบบจัดการฐานข้อมูล มีหน้าที่เก็บข้อมูลอย่างเป็นระบบ รองรับคำสั่ง SQL ( Structured Query Language ) เป็นเครื่องมือสำหรับเก็บข้อมูล ที่ต้องใช้ร่วมกับเครื่องมือหรือโปรแกรมอื่นอย่างบูรณาการ เพื่อให้ได้ระบบงานที่รองรับความต้องการของผู้ใช้
    MySQL Open Source Database in 2006
    • MySQL เป็นระบบฐานข้อมูลแบบโอเพนซอร์ท ( Open Source Database ) สำหรับจัดการระบบ Database ผ่าน SQL
    • ปัจจุบันบริษัทซันไมโครซิสเต็มส์ ( Sun Microsystems, Inc .) เข้าซื้อกิจการของ MySQL AB เรียบร้อยแล้ว ฉะนั้นผลิตภัณฑ์ภายใต้ MySQL AB ทั้งหมดจะตกเป็นของซัน
    • เอสคิวแอล ( SQL ) คือ ภาษาสอบถามข้อมูล หรือภาษาจัดการข้อมูลอย่างมีโครงสร้าง มีการพัฒนาภาษาคอมพิวเตอร์ และโปรแกรมฐานข้อมูลที่รองรับมากมาย เพราะจัดการข้อมูลได้ง่าย เช่น MySQL, MsSQL, PostgreSQL หรือ MS Access เป็นต้น
    SQL (Structured Query Language)
    • MySQL powered the majority of new ” Web 2.0 ” applications like, flickr, zimbra, and facebook as well as the world’s largest web site like Google, Yahoo!, Craigslist, and Wikipedia.
  • MySQL Database Software Products MySQL Enterprise - MySQL Enterprise Server - MySQL Enterprise Monitor - MySQL Production Support MySQL Cluster MySQL Enterprise Monitor MySQL Embedded Database MySQL Connectors MySQL Workbench
    • MySQL held only estimated of 0.2 percent of the $15 billion database market ( measured in revenue ) .
    Moving into the Enterprise Database market 2004 - 2006
    • MySQL had a 33 percent market share measured in installed base, second only to Microsoft ( 78 percent ) and Oracle ( 55 percent ) , but ahead of IBM ( 22 percent )
    • Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft dominated this $15 billion market with mature products.
    • The three leveraged their brand, their integrated software stacks, and their service and partner networks to win in fierce competition.
    • A relational database management system (RDBMS) is a database management system ( DBMS ) that is based on the relati onal model. Most popular commercial and open source databases currently in use are based on the relational model .
    • ในการติดต่อกับข้อมูลในฐานข้อมูลไม่ว่าจะด้วยการใช้คำสั่งในกลุ่ม ดีเอ็มแอล ( DML ) หรือ ดีดีแอล ( DDL ) หรือจะด้วยโปรแกรมต่างๆ ทุกคำสั่งที่ใช้กระทำกับข้อมูลจะถูก DBMS นำมาแปล ( คอมไพล์ ) เป็นการปฏิบัติการ ( Operation ) ต่างๆ ภายใต้คำสั่งนั้นๆ เพื่อนำไปกระทำกับตัวข้อมูลภายในฐานข้อมูลต่อไป
    • L inux - ระบบปฏิบัติการ
    • A pache - เว็บเซิร์ฟเวอร์
    • M ySQL - ระบบจัดการฐานข้อมูล (DBMS)
    • P HP - ภาษาโปรแกรม ( ในบางครั้งอาจหมายถึง P erl หรือ
    • P ython)
    รูปสัญลักษณ์ ของ Linux LAMP เป็นอักษรย่อของชุดซอฟต์แวร์เสรีสำหรับ การทำเว็บไซต์ โดยตัวย่อต้นฉบับนั้นย่อมาจาก
    • In October 2005, MySQL shipped its version 5.0.
    More Functions and Features
    • This new version, with the feature set comparable to those of Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft put MySQL in more direct competition with the big three.
    • version 5.0 included stored procedures and triggers, functions which were explicitly outlined by Oracle.
    • ( SM–124A MySQL Open Source Database in 2004 )
    • BIT Data Type
    • Cursors
    • Information Schema
    • Instance Manager
    • Precision Math
    • Storage Engines
    • Strict Mode and Standard Error Handling
    • Triggers
    • VARCHAR Data Type
    • Views
    • XA Transactions
    • Performance enhancements
    What Is New in MySQL 5.0 The following features are implemented in MySQL 5.0
    • However , in mid 2006, the product was still not certified by
    • MySQL’s alliance partner SAP, the maker of the market
    • leading enterprise resource planning ( ERP ) software.
    • Despite added precision mathematics, tuning and scalability
    • properties, the functions were still insufficient to meet the
    • database need of SAP’s applications , which, in two of three
    • cases, ran on Oracle.
    • Originally, MySQL had mainly one-time licensing revenues from its OEM business .
    Changing Business Model, More Services
    • The OEM business was designed for customers who wanted to redistribute MySQL embedded into their own products.
    • In early 2005, MySQL introduced the ”MySQL Network,” a support offer for end users, which Zack Urlocker, EVP of Products, described :
    • ” The core MySQL database remains open source, but these services are only available to paying customers.”
    Changing Business Model, More Services
    • Mark Burton, EVP of Sales, commented :
    • ” We’re following the Red Hat pattern. The subscription business is a growth business for us and that will, maybe even as early as the end of [2006], overtake our OEM business.”
    • To offer scaled support services globally, MySQL listed many new partners including Hewlett-Packard, Novell, IBM, NEC, Unisys, Samsung, and hundred of smaller companies.
    Changing Business Model, More Services
    • However, as the company began charging for services, Mickos reported a change in expectations from their customers :
    • ” For the first time we have customers that are complaining. When you have a five-star hotel and you charge virtually nothing, then nobody will complain. Now as we charge more, they also demand more and we pay even more attention to their requests.”
    • In 2006 , MySQL claimed to have 8 million active installations and 50,000 downloads per day, a 50 percent increase since 2004.
    • And only one in 1,000 productive installations ended up as a MySQL customer paying for licenses or support.
    • In February 2006, MySQL closed a third round of funding from a venture capitalist and industry pundits Intel, Red Hat, and SAP.
  • Results
    • The company raised $18.5 million resulting in $30 million cash in the bank.
    • MySQL had inspired imitators. Highlighting the company’s success, many other open source database companies had also entered the market.
  • Open Source Databases-New Entrants - Closed source databases become open source - In August 2004, IBM had open sourced Cloudscape.
    • Also in 2004,Computer Associates
    • (CA) open sourced its Ingres database.
  • Open Source Databases-New Entrants - New open source database start-ups - In November 2004, Stanford-tied db4objects released db4o. - In 2005, start-up EnterpriseDB announced PostgreSQL.
  • - Both start-ups felt they made great progress, enjoying an extremely low cost structure. - db4objects listed Boeing, Intel and Seagate as their customer. - EnterpriseDB boasted to lure Sony Online away from Oracle to their platform.
  • ” Trying to kill MySQL by acquiring open source is like trying to kill a dolphin by drinking the ocean.” -Marten Mickos, CEO MySQL ORACLE’S RESPONSE
    • Not only Oracle but also IBM and Microsoft have each lowered their database prices and created aimed at smaller organizations and partners.
    • In October 2005, Oracle released a free low-end version, followed Microsoft, and Sybase.
    • The purchase of open source companies was started by IBM in May 2005.
    Purchasing open Source Database Companies
    • In October 2005, just when MySQL released version 5, Oracle announced the Finnish.
    • MySQL and its users feared that Oracle would discontinue InnoDB and thus seriously harm MySQL’s business.
  • Purchasing open Source Database Companies
    • The leading transactional storage engine for the MySQL open source database . Innobase, a subsidiary of Oracle , is a MySQL Enterprise Platinum partner .
  • Purchasing open Source Database Companies InnoDB product family - InnoDB - InnoDB Plugin - Embedded InnoDB - InnoDB Hot Backup
    • In February 2006, Oracle announced Sleepycat, and was expected to replace InnoDB.
    Purchasing open Source Database Companies
    • In April 2006, Oracle becoming a MySQL partner.
    • Linux was an essential part of Oracle strategy to compete with Microsoft and IBM.
    • In September 2006, MySQL dropped support for Oracle’s Sleepycat products.
  • - In May 2005, IBM provided an open source application server called Apache Geronimo. - In November 2005, middleware company BEA acquired Solarmetic and announced Open JPA. Open Source Buying Spree : Application Servers and Databases
  • Is MySQL Competing with Oracle? Is MySQL better? What about IBM, Microsoft, and SAP?
  • CONCLUSION Was MySQL really competing with the Big Three? Were they the most dangerous competitors? Who could halt MySQL's advance?
  • The End