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MySQL is a database system. It is one of the most popular open-source relational database management systems that are available today. MySQL is used to power some of the world’s busiest web sites, as well as most new web applications. It was first released in 1995, and it's now the world's second most popular database management system after Oracle SQL. The MySQL software can be installed on different operating systems including Windows, Linux, IBM AIX and Solaris.

SQL is an abbreviation for "Structured Query Language," which is a programming language that can be used to retrieve and manipulate data in relational databases. The benefits of SQL are: - It allows users to create and manipulate database tables. - It's easy to learn and use. - It offers quick access to data. - It has a small code base, which makes it fast and efficient in comparison with other languages such as Java.

MySQL has risen in popularity because it is open-source and free to use. The database management system was developed in the early 2000s by the Swedish programmers Michael "Monty" Widenius and David Axmark, who wanted to create a database that would be easy to use and free for all users. MySQL has become one of the most popular databases in the world, leading it to be used by well-known websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Wikipedia—and many more.

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