Reduce the size of data on disk by 33-66% using InnoDB or MyRocks table compression, or compress only specific columns.
Partition large tables by range, list or hash to improve query and index performance, and use multiple disks/different disks per partition.
Use multiple threads to execute aggregates, sorts, joins and more on multiple partitions at the same time – scale up linearly with cores.
Add read replicas using asynchronous and semi-sync replication, or use MaxScale as a replication server for hundreds.
Spread table partitions across multiple database instances to scale out reads, writes and storage transparently to applications.
MariaDB Enterprise includes two options to meet enterprise high availability requirements: replication with automatic failover and clustering using synchronous replication.
MariaDB MaxScale provides MariaDB Enterprise with automatic failover, promoting an up-to-date replica if the primary becomes unreachable or unresponsive, and rerouting application queries to the new primary.
MariaDB Enterprise Cluster provides MariaDB Enterprise Server with synchronous clustering for mission-critical applications requiring continuous availability and strong consistency through infrastructure failures.
While most databases can meet standard high availability requirements with automatic failover and clustering, MariaDB Enterprise Server is the only database with advanced features comparable to Oracle Application Continuity. Together, they hide infrastructure and database failures from applications, resulting in zero-interruption failover.
MaxScale migrates backend database connections after performing an automatic failover – applications don’t have to create new connections because of a failover.
MaxScale restores database sessions on a newly promoted primary after it has performed an automatic failover – applications don’t have to restore sessions because of a failover.
MariaDB Enterprise Server includes a number of tools and features for implementing comprehensive disaster recovery plans, including non-blocking backups and point-in-time restore to online point-in-time rollback. In addition, delayed replicas (e.g., 1 hour, 12 hour and 1 day) can be used as part of an advanced strategy to prevent accidental or malicious data loss/corruption from reaching backups.
Perform online, non-blocking backups (full or incremental), create cumulative backups and use them to restore databases to a specific point in time with MariaDB Enterprise Backup.
Undo the most recent transactions to recover from malicious or accidental data loss/corruption faster, and without incurring downtime, by using MariaDB Flashback to “rewind the database.”
With delayed replication, replicas can be staggered behind the primary in order to prevent data loss/corruption from reaching backups and recover data without needing a restore.
MariaDB Enterprise Server goes above and beyond standard security features such as roles and auditing, with advanced data protection and security layers such as complete, end-to-end encryption, a powerful database firewall to stop intruders and malicious attacks and dynamic data masking/obfuscation to protect customer data and prevent data breaches.
Encrypt all data in motion with secure connections (TLS), and at rest, including logs, with transparent data encryption (TDE).
Prevent sensitive and personally identifiable information from being exposed by masking query results before they are returned.
MariaDB Enterprise Server is the best place to run SQL applications. It supports ANSI SQL, MySQL, PL SQL, SQL Server and Sybase SQL dialects. This makes it easy for developers to port existing applications with fewer code and schema changes. MariaDB customers have imported hundreds of thousands of lines of legacy database code.
MariaDB Enterprise supports standard Oracle Database data types such as VARCHAR2, NUMBER, DATE, RAW, BLOB and CLOB as well as sequences using Oracle Database syntax (e.g., NEXTVAL and CURRVAL).
MariaDB is the only enterprise database solution with a 100% open source implementation of Oracle PL/SQL. It supports standard Oracle database packages and procedures including cursors, loops, variables, exceptions and functions such as CAST, LENGTH and SUBSTR.
MariaDB Enterprise Server supports hybrid relational/JSON data models, allowing developers to extend relational data models with JSON documents and query them with standard SQL for faster development, or to query relational data as JSON documents, while at the same time ensuring DBAs can continue to enforce data integrity and correctness.
Add JSON columns to extend existing tables to provide developers with greater flexibility – speed up app development by allowing the data model to evolve on demand rather than requiring schema changes up front.
Query and index JSON documents with standard SQL using a comprehensive set of JSON functions to read/write JSON documents, fields, array and objects – or return relational data as JSON documents. You can even return a JSON document as a standard SQL row.