MySQL | Monday, September 19, 2016

The #1 Open Source Database Now Available in Oracle Cloud

We're very excited to announce the General Availability of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service!

Oracle MySQL Cloud Service allows you to accelerate innovation and to rapidly, securely and cost-effectively develop & deploy modern applications powered by the world’s most popular open source database.

Built on the proven MySQL Enterprise Edition and powered by the Oracle Cloud, it provides a simple, automated, integrated and enterprise-ready cloud service that enables organizations to deliver MySQL-based applications globally at scale.

Check out the Oracle MySQL Cloud Service video for a rapid overview:




The only public cloud service integrating MySQL Enterprise Edition, Oracle MySQL Cloud Service empowers developers and ISVs with the most comprehensive MySQL offering in the cloud, including advanced features, tools and technical support to accelerate the time to market of new modern applications. Customers benefit from:

  • Automated & Effective Management: Best-in-class Oracle management tools including web-based cloud tooling, MySQL Enterprise Backup, MySQL Enterprise Monitor, MySQL Query Analyzer, MySQL Workbench and integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager reduce administrative efforts and costs.
  • Multi-layered Security: Enterprise-grade security features such as network access control, MySQL Enterprise Firewall, MySQL Enterprise Authentication, MySQL Enterprise Encryption, MySQL Enterprise Transparent Data Encryption and MySQL Enterprise Audit help customers achieve regulatory compliance and ensure data is protected against external attacks and misuse of information.
  • Developer Enablement & Integrations: Pre-integration with Oracle Cloud Platform Application Development offerings such as Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Application Container Cloud Service enables developers to quickly spin up a development environment. Pre-integration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure gives them the choice to for example backup data to Oracle Storage Cloud.
  • Global Scalability: Developers & ISVs can instantly scale their applications globally relying on Oracle Cloud. Automated scaling enables users to elastically scale compute and storage resources as well as MySQL replicas. The MySQL Thread Pool provides sustained performance and scalability facing ever increasing user, query and data loads.
  • Hybrid Deployments: Relying on the exact same database platform and tools on premises and in the cloud allows customers to quickly and easily migrate existing applications to the cloud, move workloads between on-premises deployments and the cloud and architect hybrid deployments.
  • Expert Technical Support: Technical support is provided directly by the MySQL experts, backed by the engineers that develop MySQL solutions, to solve customer’s most complex issues and help them make the most of their MySQL deployments. Additionally, Oracle Premier Support gives customers a one-stop support solution for both cloud infrastructure and MySQL related issues.

Learn more and try it out now!

Digital disruptors rely on MySQL. The #1 Open Source Database in now available in the Oracle Cloud; it’s never been easier to rely on MySQL to drive your digital transformation initiatives and beat the competition. Innovate with Oracle MySQL Cloud Service!

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Comments ( 2 )
  • guest Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    I just provisioned a MySQL database service in the Oracle cloud and I can't seem to connect to the instance via a mysql client installed on my windows PC. What do I have to do when connected to the compute note in mysql in order to connect remotely from my PC?

    From PC:

    mysql -u root -h PUBLIC_IP_OF_NODE -p

    I tried -P 3306 as well but that is the default port so I figured that wouldn't matter.

    When I connect to the compute node via ssh, I see mysql running via ps -ef and I can "sudo su - oracle" and connect locally via mysql. I just can't do it remotely.

    I have enabled all networking rules on the compute node networking security settings in the cloud interface.


  • Bertrand Matthelié Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    Hi,

    The default security policy is to disable remote access to MySQL on port 3306. From the service console:

    - Click on the menu on the right hand side of your service name

    - Select the option "Access Rules"

    - There should be a rule called "ora_p2admin_mysql" which is marked as disabled.

    - Click on the menu to the right hand side and select "Enable"

    This opens up 3306 to the world. As a safer alternative, you should also consider an alternative rule that would open up 3306 to a specific ip-range. For example, covering your local network only.

    Hope this helps. You can also open a support ticket if you still have troubles.


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