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MySQL powers 9 of the 10 top Web sites worldwide, as well as thousands of corporate web-based applications. When you are using Facebook, Twitter or Wikipedia, you are relying on MySQL to do so. When you are watching videos on YouTube, you are using MySQL. Anytime you search for events tickets on Ticketmaster, you are using MySQL.
In this whitepaper, we will help you better understand the top 10 reasons why MySQL has become the default choice for Web based applications, and how the world's most popular database keeps evolving to address the needs of the next generation of highly demanding web applications.