MariaDB Community Server is one of the most popular database servers in the world. The MariaDB database has been downloaded over 1 billion times and is the default over MySQL in the Linux distributions. Created by MySQL’s original developers, MariaDB is compatible with MySQL and Oracle, and is guaranteed to always be open source.
Support for modern SQL features such as common table expressions (CTEs), Window functions, temporal data tables and JSON functions. MariaDB’s SQL dialect is compatible with MySQL but extends it with columnar storage and other functionality.
InnoDB, Aria, ColumnStore, MyRocks, and countless third-party engines allow the MariaDB frontend to extend beyond pure transaction processing.
MariaDB ColumnStore plugs into MariaDB Community Server for columnar analytics (MPP) or hybrid smart transactions (HTAP).
Galera Cluster engine for replication and state transfer.
MariaDB MaxScale provides a database proxy capable of failover and transaction replay.
MariaDB Community Server is released under the GNU Public License v2. Throughout its history, MariaDB has shown its commitment to open source and the open source community. MariaDB Community Server is guaranteed open source, forever. In addition, commercially developed components such as MariaDB’s MaxScale are released under the Business Source License (BSL). The source code is always available and after a period of time, the license converts to GPL assuring the software is forever available to the community.
Teaches the essentials of DBA tasks, and extends administration skills. Besides concepts, essential tools, and optimal use of resources, you’ll thoroughly review core administrative tasks: backups and restoration, monitoring and maintaining databases, and user security.Course Fact Sheet
Covers everything you need to set up and run a highly available, multi-master cluster using MariaDB Cluster. We’ll train you in the basics of MariaDB Cluster architecture and functionality, as well as more advanced techniques for configuring and administering a MariaDB Cluster.Course Fact Sheet
Teaches DBAs how to set up and use MariaDB MaxScale to manage a cluster of database servers. You’ll see how to split database traffic between servers, automatically manage database failover, and stream large amounts of data to other applications using MaxScale.Course Fact Sheet