MySQLTo begin with, MySQL is ?a freely available open source Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that uses SQL language? (Ullman, 2006). SQL language is a popular and easy to use language for managing content in databases. It has proved to be a reliable instrument of database management, with flexibility and quick processing as its distinguishing features (DuBois, 2003). The uses of MySQL in the world are many and numerous. Initially, MySQL was designed to manage complex computer networks, but with the growing sophisticated of advanced technologies, MySQL has come to cover a whole set of useful functions. First of all, MySQL functions as a component of web applications and LAMP software stack. In terms of web applications, MySQL is usually tied to PHP (DuBois, 2003). Second, many popular websites use MySQL to guarantee fast processing of incoming information. Google, Facebook, Flickr ? all these are run by MySQL and are the examples of high-quality web solutions. In the world, MySQL is widely used for the purposes of storing data and managing user data in multiple user-applications (DuBois, 2003). Finally, several large companies successfully embrace the benefits of MySQL: for example, Suzuki is well-known for using MySQL as the instrument of boosting dealership sales. Suzuki uses a well-developed network of digital kiosks, which provide customers with the fullest information about their products and their accessibility via touch-screens (Cohen, 2004). The dealership database for the kiosk system comprises several essential features, among which storing product configurations, updating product catalogues, maintaining a customer relationship database, and tracking accessories used to improve inventory management. The use of 3D in such kiosks helps customers become familiar with the products of their dreams, and in this context MySQL works not only to enhance the quality of relationships between users and the company, but also to increase sales and as a result, profits (Cohen, 2004). Obviously, the most sophisticated technology becomes, the more opportunities will MySQL offer for developing different types of web applications all over the world.