MySQL is the world's most popular open source database software. Many of the world's largest organizations, including Yahoo!, Alcatel, The Associated Press, Suzuki and NASA rely on MySQL for their critical business applications. We are looking for passionate, skilled, globally minded thinkers and doers who themselves live and breath the online world we are serving. We are very much about technical innovation, but at the end of the day our goal is financial success for all involved. At Oracle, you can advance on your career as a domain expert or as a manager and leader. The MySQL team is a global distributed organization. About 70% of our employees work from home in 135 major locations in 35 countries across 18 timezones. We work, meet and collaborate online - and a few times a year we get together for in-person meetings across the globe. MySQL is the only major database in the world that was developed specifically for the online world (all the rest were designed before the internet was invented and created). We develop MySQL in accordance with three (and only three) priorities: Reliability Performance Ease of deployment
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Oracle Corporation
HQ
Redwood City, US
Founded
1995
Website
mysql.com
MySQL was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US

MySQL Office Locations

MySQL has an office in Redwood City
Redwood City, US (HQ)
500 Oracle Pkwy

MySQL Financials and Metrics

MySQL Summary

In total, MySQL had raised $40.8 m. MySQL is a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation

Traffic Overview of MySQL

MySQL Online and Social Media Presence

MySQL News and Updates

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MySQL Company Life and Culture

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