MariaDB MaxScale includes multiple filters, and one of the most useful, flexible and easiest to use is the regex filter and in this blog we will look at how this can be used to transform SQL statements that aren't 100% compatible with MariaDB.
We are happy to announce the 2.1 GA release of MariaDB MaxScale, the next-generation database proxy for MariaDB.
We believe an enterprise database solution requires technology, tools and services, and that it should be easy to buy, easy to deploy and easy to manage – providing a great customer and user experience from beginning to end. That's why we're introducing MariaDB TX.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our first-ever MariaDB user conference in New York City on April 11-12. Thank you also to our sponsors for their generous support: Amazon Web Services, Galera Cluster, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Monyog, Intel, Alibaba Cloud, eperi, Navicat, MariaDB Foundation, diginomica, insideBIGDATA and ODBMS.org.
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Note: Replication Manager is developed and maintained by community members. It can be used with MariaDB Server, but it is not supported with an enterprise subscription.
The beta version of the upcoming MaxScale 2.1 has been released. This new release takes MaxScale to the next level by introducing functionality that makes it possible to configure parts of MaxScale’s configuration at runtime.
The 2.1 version of MaxScale introduced a new concept of module commands. This blog post takes a look at what they are, why they were implemented and where you see them when you use MaxScale.
Performance has been a central goal of MariaDB MaxScale’s architecture from the start. Core elements in the drive for performance is the use of asynchronous I/O and Linux’ epoll. With a fixed set of worker threads, whose amount is selected to correspond to the number of available cores, each thread should either be working or be idle, but never be waiting for I/O. This should provide good performance that scales well with the number of available CPUs. However, benchmarking revealed that was not entirely the case.
We are happy to announce that MariaDB MaxScale 2.1.0 beta is released today. MariaDB MaxScale is the next generation database proxy for MariaDB. Beta is an important time in our release and we encourage you to download this release today!
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.