Oracle Extends Enterprise Manager Control to MySQL and Adds MySQL Extensions

Oracle is extending Oracle Enterprise Manager management and monitoring capabilities to MySQL open source databases. The extension means that MySQL customers can manage complex deployments of Oracle technologies that include MySQL, either on-premises or in a cloud, while existing users of Oracle Enterprise Manager can now more easily add MySQL to their environments. Oracle is also announcing new commercial extensions for MySQL Enterprise Edition, including new backup, auditing, and enterprise encryption capabilities. 

IT Organizations and Cloud Providers

Enterprise Manager enables both IT organizations and public cloud service providers to manage on-premises deployments as well as private and public clouds powered by Oracle technologies, including MySQL. It also provides an easy path for existing users of Oracle Enterprise Manager to adopt MySQL.
With Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database, customers can do auto-discovery of MySQL targets, availability monitoring, configuration and metrics collection,  use erformance dashboards, and configure thresholds.
MySQL Enterprise Edition customers can download Oracle Enterprise Manager for MySQL Database, Release 5.5 and higher, which is available on Oracle Linux and other Linux distributions, Microsoft Windows, and Oracle Solaris.

5.7 MySQL Development Milestone Release 

The new 5.7 MySQL development milestone release (DMR) also extends the performance, scalability, and reliability of MySQL, while enhancing management capabilities.
Available for download in the MySQL Developer Zone, on Monday, September 29, the MySQL 5.7.5 DMR includes performance and scalability features, including a new optimizer dynamic cost model, improved InnoDB performance, and replication performance improvements, as well as several manageability enhancements.

MySQL Fabric 1.5

Also available on Monday, September 29 are  MySQL Fabric 1.5, which includes the ability to provision servers through OpenStack;   MySQL Workbench 6.2, which features new performance and migration capabilities; and the first MySQL Cluster 7.4 DMR, which delivers active-active replication as well as performance and operational enhancements.
Oracle is also providing early access to features under development, including MySQL Group Replication and multisource replication, for community testing and feedback through; making the MySQL source code publicly available on (, allowing users to download it from their preferred code host and collaboration platform.