In this blog, we take a look at the connection lifecycle when connecting from a client to MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6 over TCP/IP.
MariaDB Xpand is a distributed SQL database that offers built-in HA and linear scalability. This blog explains the newest feature in Xpand, columnar indexing which enables faster analytical queries.
MariaDB Community Server is moving to a new release model that will deliver a new release series once a quarter, rather than once a year.
MariaDB Community Server 10.6 is available for download and includes new features like JSON_TABLE, Oracle compatibility and storage engine agnostic atomic DDL.
With MariaDB SkySQL distributed SQL, dynamically changing a service’s node count is as easy as clicking a button. Adding or decreasing the node count including providing copies for HA and load balancing is done transparently behind the scenes.
MariaDB Platform X5 takes MariaDB’s versatility to another level with a distributed SQL solution via our new Xpand smart engine. Customers now have the option of adding scale via replication and employing a highly available fault-tolerant distributed solution for large-scale workloads.
The newest major release of MariaDB Enterprise Server, version 10.5, delivers increased performance and expanded capabilities: distributed SQL, improved analytics integration and management, and additional security features.