2. Understanding MySQL
MySQL is a database management system (database management) using the well-known
basic SQL (Structured Query Language) commands. This multi-user and multi-threaded
MySQL database management system (DBMS) has been used by more than 6 million
3. History MY SQL
MySQL was originally created in 1979, by Michael "Monty" Widenius, a computer programmer from Sweden.
Monty developed a simple database system called UNIREG that uses the low-level ISAM database engine
connection with indexing. At that time Monty worked for a company called TcX in Sweden.
TcX in 1994 started developing web-based applications, and planned to use UNIREG as a database system. But
unfortunately, UNIREG is considered unsuitable for dynamic databases such as the web.
TcX then tries to find alternative database systems, one of which is mSQL (miniSQL). However, mSQL version 1 also
has drawbacks, namely it does not support indexing, so its performance is not very good.
With the aim of improving mSQL performance, Monty tried to contact David Hughes (the programmer who
developed my SQL to ask if he was interested in developing a connector in my SQL that could be connected to
UNIREG ISAM so that it supports indexing. But at that time Hughes refused, arguing that he was developing an
independent indexing technology for mSQL version 2.
4. Due to this rejection, David Hughes, TcX (and also Monty) finally decided to design and develop
their own concept for a new database system. This system is a combination of UNIREG and
mSQL (the source code of which can be freely used). So in May 1995, a new RDBMS, called
MySQL was released.
David Axmark from Detron HB, a TcX partner proposed that MySQL be 'sold' with a new business
model. He proposed that MySQL be developed and released for free. The company's next
income is obtained from selling "support" services for companies that want to implement
MySQL. This business concept is now known as Open Source.
Also in 1995, TcX changed its name to MySQL AB, with Michael Widenius, David Axmark and
Allan Larsson as its founders. The title "AB" behind MySQL, stands for "Aktiebolag", the term PT
(Limited Liability Company) for a Swedish company.
5. MY SQL Goals
manage information in the database on the server side with the SQL programming language.
Currently, almost all hosting parties provide MySQL for web development.
6. MySQL benefits
MySQL is an open-source database management system that is considered to have the most stable and effective performance.
It is often regarded as software with powerful systems, work processes, and features.
So, roughly, what are the benefits that can be achieved by web developers when using MySQL? The following is his presentation according to
ensure the security of site data or applications that are being built
Its open-source nature makes MySQL a flexible piece of software
automatically managed workflows
reduce the total cost of owning and maintenance
as a database that supports transactional systems, MySQL can integrate data well
7. is a database management system that is useful for managing databases on websites.
Database management system with mysql has many features.