dbaDIRECT, a provider of managed services for data infrastructure, has added MySQL to the list of platforms it supports as a strategic sourcing partner for Fortune 1000 and Private 500 companies.

As global enterprises seek to aggressively manage the cost of data infrastructure, reliable options for low-cost database servers are becoming more available and mainstream, according to dbaDIRECT Chief Technical Officer Mark Vorholt. MySQL is currently used in more than 10 million installations throughout the world.

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