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CIOs Can Avoid Costly Database Price Increases with Open Source

I recently celebrated my second anniversary in the world of open source.

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Bang for the Buck

With the new year right around the corner, it's worth thinking about where you can get the biggest bang for your buck--quite literally.
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Be Transparent To The (Open) Core

"Transparency" is a vital term in open source: how easy is it to find out about some aspect of an open source project or product? Matthew Aslett of the 451 CAOS Theory blog went to find out how a number of vendors of open core products stacked up in this regard.

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Tempting Those Blackhatted Poohs with a Taste of Virtual Honey

Providing a little taste of honey to would-be intruders could save the whole hive from greedy paws.
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MySQL Upgrade Testing

Upgrading MySQL can be a bit of a leap of faith. You hope for everything to go well but really don't want to rely on mere hope to ensure that you don't find yourself with a nasty surprise late one night.

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