MySQL vs Tibero

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Starting Price

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Best For

Customers in Technology, E-commerce, Telco, Government & social networks etc. E.g. Facebook, Uber, Twitter etc ISVs, OEMs, & VARs rely on MySQL as embedded database E.g. Cisco, Symantec & Sony etc

Data-intensive enterprises, especially financial services, retail, healthcare, payment processing and manufacturing organizations.

Rating


4.6 / 5
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Ideal number of Users

50 - 1000+

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Ease of Use


4.4 / 5


  • "Very easy to use, it is very useful to start learning to create and manage databases. It has very good documentation and good support."

  • "Unique identifiers help you to have sorted data which can be queried at anytime. Its user friendly with a good user interface."



Customer Support


4.2 / 5


  • "It's easy to use and great documentations can be found online. A great community , can help with certain issues."

  • "Free, high quality SQL engine with amazing community support."



Features & Functionality


4.4 / 5


  • "I recommend it is an excellent data manager, in my experience I am very excited for what it required."

  • "The MySQL database is great, it is providing easy installation and integration process, along with the variety of supported Linux distributions."



Value for Money


4.6 / 5


  • "Could improve on the features and functionality. Good value for money and overall quality is good."

  • "Best thing is it is open source because of that we can get the codes online. Relatively inexpensive another best thing."



Product Features

  • check Access Controls/Permissions
  • check Backup and Recovery
  • check Data Migration
  • check Data Replication
  • close Database Conversion
  • close Mobile Access
  • close Multiple Programming Languages Supported
  • close NOSQL
  • close Performance Analysis
  • check Relational
  • close Virtualization
  • check Access Controls/Permissions
  • close Backup and Recovery
  • check Data Migration
  • close Data Replication
  • close Database Conversion
  • close Mobile Access
  • close Multiple Programming Languages Supported
  • close NOSQL
  • check Performance Analysis
  • close Relational
  • check Virtualization

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Platform

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Web/Installed

Mobile

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  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
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  • Online

Training

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