New servers in the world of MySQL have resumed their free VPN services after a period of downtime, a spokesman said Monday.
The Free MySQL Community Service, which provides a secure VPN that encrypts traffic between MySQL databases, will run on a limited number of servers, according to the company’s spokesman, Mark Storch.
The free MySQL Community service will remain available until the end of the month, Storcy said.
“We have a limited capacity, so we’re looking at ways to get more,” he said.
Storch said MySQL is working with a third-party vendor to help manage traffic.
The MySQL community server has been unavailable since May 23 because of a technical issue that caused MySQL to crash.