MariaDB Enterprise Server¶
MariaDB Enterprise Server is a 100% Open Source modern SQL database.
MariaDB Enterprise Server is a component of MariaDB Platform.
MariaDB Enterprise Server is an Open Source database managed through an Enterprise Lifecycle.
MariaDB Enterprise Server extends the capabilities of the widely-deployed MariaDB Community Server with enterprise-focused advanced features, optimized builds, and vendor support by MariaDB Corporation.
Reliability and Scaling¶
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes features to enable cost-effective reliability for enterprise application workloads, including:
Pluggable Storage Engines¶
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes pluggable storage engines to support different workloads, including:
Traditional transactional workloads that require consistency and high performance can use the InnoDB storage engine
Analytical workloads that require high performance can use the ColumnStore storage engine
Non-transactional workloads that require high read performance can use the Aria storage engine
Workloads that need to archive data in the cloud can use the S3 storage engine
Workloads that must be write-optimized can use the MyRocks storage engine
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes MariaDB ColumnStore which provides advanced analytical capabilities, including:
Columnar storage engine
Supports storing data in S3-compatible storage
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes features to enable secure operation of enterprise application workloads, including:
Encryption, for data-at-rest and data-in-transit
Authentication, authorization, logging
Audit plugin for activity tracking
Enhanced defaults for security parameters and enabled plugins
Modern SQL Features¶
MariaDB Enterprise Server incorporates support for classic SQL database features including CRUD operations (INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE), Foreign Keys, JOIN, UNION, INTERSECT, and EXCEPT, with modern features including:
Parts of the SQL-86 (aka SQL-87), SQL-92, SQL:1999, SQL:2003, SQL:2008, SQL:2011, and SQL:2016 standards (e.g., ISO/IEC 9075-1:2016)
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