Authored by Shree Nair, Product Manager, Webyog
We are very excited to sponsor MariaDB’s inaugural user conference, M|17! It’s a great opportunity to introduce Webyog to the MariaDB community, and demonstrate the close collaboration between Webyog and MariaDB – we work together to provide powerful administrative tools for the fastest growing open source database.
MariaDB 10.2.4 has fantastic new features that perfectly match Replication Manager's ultimate goals: transparent automated failover on MariaDB master slave architecture (with as little as possible lost in transaction:)). We are going to explore those new features and how Replication Manager uses them for your benefit!
MariaDB 10.2 includes a number of JSON functions, but why would you use JSON as aren't JSON and SQL data contradictory? This blog shows you why this isn't so and how these JSON functions can be a very useful addition to MariaDB and how MariaDB 10.2 has some other tricks that make JSON with MariaDB even more useful.
Join us for one of our full-day roadshows coming to a city near you! MariaDB is hosting educational roadshows across North America to showcase exciting new products and solutions, and share best practices for enabling critical enterprise features such as high availability and security. MariaDB experts will lead content-rich sessions on open source, product features, architecture and security.
With the release of MariaDB 10.2.2, the newest version of MariaDB has entered the beta stage. In this article, I’ll give an overview of the main new features in MariaDB 10.2. The focus of MariaDB 10.2 can be seen from the categories that the features fall into:
Magicbricks migrated from a proprietary database to MariaDB (version 10.1.x) to support its growing online traffic.
In July, I visited Tokyo, which is a hotbed for technology (especially around databases), to attend the yearly event db tech showcase 2016, held at the Akihabara UDX. My talk focused on Lessons from Database Failures, my third time speaking on the topic and it was well received by the audience.
Starting today, customers can launch MariaDB version 10.1 instances on Amazon RDS. They can also upgrade their existing Amazon RDS for MariaDB database instances from version 10.0 to 10.1 using either the console or API.
MariaDB Server 10.2 has been a long time coming, as planning goes. We met in Amsterdam in October 2015 to start fleshing things out (and also managed a 10.1 GA then), and made a first alpha release in April 2016. If all goes well, 2016 will definitely see the GA release of MariaDB Server 10.2.