Who uses MySQL? Many well-known companies, including Facebook, Bank of America, United Nations, Caterpillar, F5 Networks, Eli Lilly, and more.
In fact, MySQL is the most trusted and widely used open-source database platform in use today. Ten out of the ten most popular websites in the world rely on MySQL and it continues to gain popularity.
According to an article by InfoWorld, "By any measure, MySQL is one of the most popular database management systems. More enterprises are shifting to MySQL (and other open-source databases) as a database solution in their production environments."
MySQL 8.0 builds on this momentum by delivering improvements to help DBAs and developers create and deploy web, embedded, mobile, and Cloud/SaaS/PaaS/DBaas applications on the latest generation of development frameworks and hardware platforms.
Oracle University offers in-depth MySQL training. Learn how advanced features and management tools can help you achieve the highest levels of MySQL scalability, security, and reliability in your database management system.
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Developers who need to design and implement applications that make use of MySQL should consider MySQL Developer Training to learn the ins and outs of data design, querying, and programming.
Once you've taken training and are up to speed, consider earning a MySQL Certification at the Oracle Certified Associate or Oracle Certified Expert level. Prove your expertise to managers and peers, boost your earning potential, and master complex features and functions that will increase database performance.
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