apt – Install a package/service under a different name

I want to install a specific old version of MySQL, but I also want to keep my ‘current’ MySQL from APT.

I’ve downloaded the .deb file for the old version from the MySQL archive. My understanding is that I can install it with the following:

sudo apt install ./mysql-5.6.10-debian6.0-x86_64.deb

I understand that this will expose the mysql client command by placing it into /usr/bin or similar, and expose the mysql server service by adding mysql.service to /lib/systemd/system.

However, my ‘current’ MySQL client/server is there already, and I don’t want to lose it.

How can I install this package such that the shell command and service have different names? E.g. in this case mysql-5.6.10?