MariaDB Enterprise Server
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MariaDB SkySQL delivers MariaDB Enterprise Server to enable a production-ready operations experience.
MariaDB Enterprise Server is a 100% Open Source modern SQL database that extends the capabilities of the widely-deployed MariaDB Community Server.
Enhanced, hardened, and secured
Modern SQL database with CTEs, Window functions, and other features to enable modern application development
Enterprise lifecycle with long life and predictable releases
SQL/PL, a compatible subset of Oracle PL/SQL
Temporal tables with system-versioned tables, application-time period tables, and time-based or transaction-based bitemporal support
Hot online backups to minimize workload impact during backups
Audit Logging logs data access and database operations with advanced filtering features
Application connections are supported through connectors for C, C++, Java, Java R2DBC, Node.js, ODBC, and Python
MariaDB SkySQL is produced, delivered, and supported by MariaDB Corporation. MariaDB Corporation develops MariaDB database products. MariaDB SkySQL is operated by a team of site reliability engineers (SREs) and MariaDB-certified database administrators (SkyDBA) – and supported by MariaDB engineers themselves.
MariaDB Enterprise Server on SkySQL has significantly advanced vendor support. Customers should expect restful nights knowing that SkySQL's Site Reliability Engineers (SRE) are keeping their databases available. MariaDB SkySQL is available with a range of support options.
SkySQL is designed to deliver MariaDB Enterprise Server functionality with:
MariaDB Enterprise Audit for audit logging
100% automatic Data-at-Rest Encryption
Data-in-Transit Encryption with support for TLS 1.2 and TLS 1.3
Modern SQL Features
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes support for classic SQL database features including CRUD operations (INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE), Foreign Keys, JOIN, UNION, INTERSECT, and EXCEPT, with modern SQL features including:
JSON for micro-services and semi-structured data
Temporal Data Tables including system-versioned, application-time period, and bitemporal
Common Table Expressions (CTEs) and Window Functions
GIS data types and functions