When faced with the end-of-life of MySQL 5.7, organizations must carefully navigate their options for a smooth transition to a modern and stable database infrastructure. This executive summary focuses on the key factors to consider and presents a MySQL-compatible distributed HTAP database as an ideal solution.
During the transition, it is essential for organizations to assess the total cost of ownership (TCO) and operational efficiency of alternative database solutions. Licensing costs, hardware requirements, maintenance efforts, and operational overhead are critical considerations in this evaluation.
In this regard, a MySQL-compatible distributed HTAP database emerges as a compelling choice. It not only ensures compatibility with existing MySQL systems but also allows for seamless coexistence. This compatibility guarantees a stable and effortless migration process, enabling organizations to leverage the benefits of a modern database infrastructure while minimizing disruptions.
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