Mysql User Agreement

We have designed a series of special Conditional Use logos that can be downloaded to and used on third-party websites without the written permission of MySQL AB. The use of these logos is not complete, but, as the name suggests, it is subject to our trademark policy, which is also available on our website. You should read the brand policy if you intend to use it. In principle, to purchase commercial licenses and support, please visit the control area of our website at If you have specific licensing requirements or have limited access to the Internet, please contact our sales agents at Many MySQL database users want to display the MySQL AB Dolphin logo on their websites, books or box products. We welcome and encourage this, although it should be noted that the word MySQL and the MySQL Dolphin logo are trademarks of MySQL AB and can only be used as stated in our brand policy. MySQL AB welcomes references to the MySQL database, but note that the word MySQL is a trademark of MySQL AB. For this reason, you should add the brand icon (™) to the first or most important use of the word MySQL in a text and, if necessary, indicate that MySQL is a trademark of MySQL AB. For more information, please see our brand policy at

Use the logo you need, as shown on the You can adjust it to your needs, but don`t change colors or designs or change the graphics one way or another. MySQL Workbench is the built-in environment for MySQL. Developed by MySQL AB, it allows users to graphically manage MySQL databases and visually design database structures. MySQL has stand-alone customers that allow users to interact directly with SQL with a MySQL database, but MySQL is more often used with other programs to implement applications that require database relational functions. MySQL is a component of the Web Application Software Stack (and others) which is an acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP/Python. MySQL is used by many database-managed web applications, including Drupal, Joomla, phpBB and WordPress. MySQL is also used by many popular websites, including Facebook[10][11] Flickr,[12] MediaWiki,[13] Twitter,[14] and YouTube. [15] A movement against Oracle`s acquisition of MySQL AB from Oracle`s Save MySQL[70] was launched by one of the founders of MySQL AB, Monty Widenius.

The petition of more than 50,000 developers and users has asked the European Commission to block the approval of the acquisition. At the same time, some free software leaders (including Pamela Jones of Groklaw, Jan Wildeboer and Carlo Piana, who also acted as co-counsel in the merger control process) supported unconditional approval of the merger. [71] [72] [73] As part of negotiations with the European Commission, Oracle has committed to ensuring that the MySQL server will continue to work until at least 2015 to use the alternating licensing strategy, long used by MySQL AB, with proprietary and LPG versions available.