Sunday, September 20, 2020

MySQL 5.7 delivers a 3x speed injection

It’s been more than two years since the general release of MySQL 5.6, and on Monday Oracle announced that its successor will soon arrive bearing a significant boost in performance along with improved security and scalability.

MySQL 5.7 promises speeds as much as three times faster than those of version 5.6. Specifically, in benchmark tests using SysBench Read-only Point-Selects and with 1,024 connections, MySQL 5.7 delivered 1.6 million queries per second, Oracle said.

“This is very competitive against other databases,” said Tomas Ulin, Oracle’s vice president of MySQL engineering. “These kinds of improvements come from removing internal bottlenecks in the software.”

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