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MySQL to Oracle: 'Put That in Your Pipe and Smoke It'
MySQL has cut a "strategic" deal with NitroSecurity to integrate the high-performance NitroEDB storage engine

MySQL has cut a "strategic" co-development/co-marketing deal with NitroSecurity to integrate the high-performance NitroEDB storage engine with the current release of the MySQL database server.

It should be ready around the middle of next year so there's no pricing yet.

MySQL has been amassing storage engines since Oracle threatened it by buying Innobase.

The MySQL deal is a new kind of venture for NitroSecurity, which is accustomed to selling real-time analysis and network monitoring security solutions, but then realized its NitroEDB high-performance RDBMS technology was applicable to MySQL.

The widgetry is supposed to enable jumps of "multiple orders of magnitude" in relational data management and query performance with multibillions of records and should extend MySQL's reach upmarket.

NitroSecurity is a not an open source company.

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