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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 Enterprise Server 10.6 includes new compatibility for Sybase SQL Anywhere & Oracle, improved semi-synch replication, engine agnostic Atomic DDL & more.
MariaDB Community Server 10.6 is available for download and includes new features like JSON_TABLE, Oracle compatibility and storage engine agnostic atomic DDL.
The MariaDB Xpand smart engine is now GA delivering distributed SQL for extreme scalability through MariaDB Enterprise Server.
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.