Rumor: Oracle to offer Unbreakable MySQL

Computer Business Weblogreporting interesting news – Oracle has suggested it will offer support for the MySQL code, undercutting the company,

According to Mickos, MySQL’s chief executive officer , the database giant is planning to repeat its October 2006 Unbreakable Linux plan, which saw it undercut Red Hat with enterprise Linux support.

To be frank, I don’t know what Oracle is doing here. They already have Oracle database and now started to mess with MySQL.

Sure, competition is good for all of us. At the end of day we will see better service, IMPO.

Will Oracle launch Unbreakable MySQL?

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