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Oracle raises MySQL Standard Edition price


Sun Microsystems, which Oracle bought this year, had offered subscription pricing for the open-source database starting at $599 per server per year.

Pricing & Availability: The MySQL Enterprise Fall 2009 Release is scheduled to be commercially available within the next 30 days. MySQL Enterprise pricing ranges from $599* to $4,999* per server per year -- and is also available through an unlimited site-wide agreement, starting at $40,000* per year.  Supported platforms, trial information and pricing details are available at

But the new annual subscription prices now start at $2,000 for MySQL Standard Edition. While the Enterprise Edition subscription starts at $5,000. In so doing Oracle has stopped Sun Microsystems entry level package which started at $600.

Oracle did Makes Commitments to Customers, Developers and Users of MySQL on December 14, 2009

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