SQLyog is included in MariaDB Enterprise and it helps DBAs, developers and database architects save time writing queries visualized with syntax checking, designing visually complex queries, and many other powerful features for visualization, synchronization and management. This 12.4 release introduces ‘read-only’ connections as well as support for the MariaDB auth_gssapi (Kerberos) plugin.
MariaDB announced BSL 1.0 together with MariaDB MaxScale 2.0 in August 2016. After having the license “in the wild” for a few months we’ve been reaching out to Open Source advocates to get feedback on the BSL.
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.
Today, MariaDB ColumnStore, MariaDB's distributed columnar storage engine for analytics workload, is reaching its next major milestone – the availability of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.4 Beta software release.
Enterprise users who have a large number of MariaDB servers often want to centralize their MariaDB user account administration -- especially for the user accounts of the database administration team. This can simplify some database administration tasks, since users do not have to be manually created on every server.
Developing on your Mac? Get the latest stable MariaDB version set up on OS X easily with Homebrew. See this step by step guide on installing MariaDB 10.1.16.
Some of the most common questions asked by our users are regarding MariaDB support in Docker, and in particular how it can be used in specific development or production deployments. This series of articles will try to cover a few Docker and MariaDB use cases.
One of the key issues in 2016 for DBAs to tackle will be Database Security, mainly associated to the increasing adoption of public and private clouds, as well as mission critical applications running on open source databases in large Enterprises.
Several months ago, I wrote a blog post about configuring PAM authentication and user mapping in MariaDB. While it is useful to map a system user account to a MariaDB user account, a lot of users actually wanted to be able to map all system users in a particular system group to the same MariaDB user account without mapping the system accounts individually.
Losing temporary tables on a slave when
binlog_format is not set to
ROW is a well-known problem, and there is even a way to avoid it, as described by the safe slave shutdown procedure in the MySQL documentation. However, the documentation doesn't describe how to fix your slave if you accidentally shut it down while it has temporary tables open. In this blog post, I'll describe how to do that.