Please find plans about upcoming releases here.
I had a discussion with a colleague. He asked me: "Why do you use NexusDB? Why don't you use standards like Oracle, MSSQL, ..?"
As honest as possible: there are reasons to use NexusDB and reasons to use other products. NexusDB has a real strength in three areas: vertical applications, embedded within application servers and embedded within desktop apps. NexusDB is competitive in just about any other area as well, but in some cases there are reasons to select the other db's.
No, it is not. Please take a look at MySQL Licensing.
In a nutshell it says: If you don't release the source for your application under the GPL you need to acquire a commercial license for mySQL. A look at the pricing for commercial mySQL license:
Pack of 100 individual licenses, discounted.
Pack of 40 individual licenses, discounted.
Pack of 10 individual licenses, discounted.