MySQL Version & Patches


Oracle Cloud Platform

MySQL database Service is available on Oracle Cloud with fully-managed Cloud Infrastructure native service, The best part is you will get Enterprise Edition which is not available on other service provider without using your license. The latest version of MySQL that is available in Oracle Cloud is 8.0.22-u2-cloud


AWS Platform

The latest version of MySQL that is available in Amazon Web Services (AWS) is MySQL 8.0.20, which is quite close to the latest version of the official Oracle MySQL 8.0.22 Beside the latest version, AWS RDS also provides the older version of MySQL (major version 5.5, 5.6, and 5.7), so you can deploy the exact version that is compatible with your application.


Google Platform

In Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the MySQL version that supported in CloudSQL for MySQL is still MySQL 5.6 & 5.7, the latest minor version of release 5.6 is 5.6.42 while for version 5.7, the latest minor version is 5.7.25.

Azure Platform

Azure database for MySQL supports versions 5.6, 5.7, 8.0, unfortunately they do not provide the minor version (or the bug fix version of the database, as Azure calls it) when deploying from the console. To determine the version of your MySQL server instance, one can use the SELECT VERSION(); command at the MySQL prompt.


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