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Check our vast MySQL tutorials, we have how to's that range from the basics, from setting up a user to advance topics like how to index your database.

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DBeaver is a complimentary database tool that supports any database having a JDBC driver. Software developers, SQL writers, database administrators, and data analysts leverage its excellent functionality for interacting with databases. This DBeaver tutorial for PostgreSQL, SQLite, MySQL, and MariaDB covers connecting and working with the database platform of your choice in addition to those mentioned.

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SQLTools is a versatile extension for Visual Studio Code (VSCode), designed to simplify database management tasks. It supports a plethora of database systems, providing an intuitive interface used to connect, to query, and to manage databases right from your code editor.

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Installing WordPress on Linux (AlmaLinux) offers a powerful combination of user-friendliness, customization options, security, and community support. It is a significant choice for individuals and businesses seeking an online presence. This knowledge base article will show you how to install WordPress on Linux — specifically AlmaLinux.

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MariaDB is a well-known, open-source relational database. The same developers involved with MySQL created MariaDB and promised to keep it open source. It is included in most cloud services and is the default in most Linux variants. It is built on performance, stability, and openness principles,. Furthermore, the MariaDB Foundation guarantees that contributions will be accepted based on technical merit. Your consistent upgrading of MariaDB versions to stay current will ensure you are using the best features in the database platform.

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What is a LAMP Stack?

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A LAMP stack is an open-source stack that combines four services that the developers use to create powerful websites and applications. The base layer is the operating system called Linux, the layer for the web server is Apache, the database layer uses MySQL, and PHP is used as the programming language. When used properly, these four layers enable hosting, creating, and maintaining websites and web applications.

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If you’ve heard of MySQL or SQL, you’re probably familiar with relational databases and how they are used in web applications. A relational database is a virtual container that stores and provides users with access to related information. But what do databases have to do with web applications?

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Adminer MySQL (formerly phpMinAdmin) is one of the most excellent PHP-based full-featured database management tools. You can use Adminer MySQL to manage databases such as MySQL, MariaDB, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MSSQL, Oracle, and more. It is simple, lightweight, and built with good security and user experience in mind. The Adminer database manager is available in all Linux distributions. You may promptly manage multiple databases and conduct operations from the Adminer web interface. 

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Known as the developer data platform, MongoDB provides services and tools to build applications fast, enabling you to achieve both performance and scale. In this article, we’ll discuss the key features of MongoDB and compare it to other database management systems such as MySQL and PostgreSQL. We’ll also explore some use cases for MongoDB, the costs associated with using the platform, and if MongoDB may be the database for your needs.

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What is a Database Audit?

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Keeping your data safe and easy to access is essential to keep your organization compliant with government and industry policies, manage internal policies, protect against cyber security attacks, and simply ensure your data performs appropriately. To do this, you need to complete a database audit.

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