SkySQL Release Notes 2021-04-21
MariaDB SkySQL is a DBaaS offering from MariaDB Corporation, providing cloud database service based on MariaDB Enterprise.
These release notes show changes made to MariaDB SkySQL as of 2021-04-21.
New Features in this Release
MariaDB Platform for Distributed SQL is GA (Generally Available)
On Google GCP, Galera topology is GA (Generally Available)
MaxScale Redundancy option
Enhanced zone awareness for MariaDB Platform for Distributed SQL
On Amazon AWS, new storage configuration option for provisioned IOPS
On Amazon AWS, support for AWS PrivateLink to establish private connectivity between your VPC and SkySQL services
Automated nightly backups are performed for MariaDB Platform for Distributed SQL services
Expanded disk size options for MariaDB Platform for Distributed SQL services
New regions added for Google GCP: europe-north1, europe-west3, northamerica-northeast1, us-west2
New regions added for Amazon AWS: ap-northeast-2, ca-central-1, eu-north-1, eu-west-2, eu-west-3, us-east-1
On Google GCP, expanded instance sizes
Upgraded MariaDB Enterprise Server, MariaDB Xpand, MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore, and MariaDB MaxScale software versions
Updated interface for Alerting (currently in Technical Preview) for SkySQL Monitoring
Updated interface for SkySQL Monitoring, including an "Upgrade" button to apply latest dashboard capabilities when enhancements are available.
On Amazon AWS, services now support disabling SSL/TLS enforcement on client connections at launch.
Support and Feedback
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