In February, MySQL version 5.6 reached end of life, meaning it no longer receives security or functional and nor will bugs be fixed by the core developers. The same fate awaits another popular open source...
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Code transparency, reduced lock-in and the flexibility to adapt and fork seen as the major benefits
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Enterprise adoption of open source software has rocketed thanks to a confluence of favourable factors, argues EDB CTO Marc Linster
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