We are happy to announce the general availability (GA) of MariaDB Server 10.2! MariaDB Server 10.2 is the newest major version of MariaDB Server, the fastest growing open source relational database.
In this blogpost we’re going to use the photo-sharing application that has been demoed during MariaDB’s M|17 conference. The sources of the application are available for download on Github. The purpose of this blog post is to demonstrate using a MariaDB database server in your stack when building microservice applications.
This week’s webinar with Alvin Richards on getting started with MariaDB on Docker was extremely popular but unfortunately we weren’t able to get to all the audience questions at the end. We sat down with Alvin after the webinar to review the questions and get his responses. Check it out!
It was a very long time since I wrote something in this blob, but I have been very busy this spring with MariaDB on Power. This has been a lot of work, but also a lot of fun. So, what is this MariaDB on Power thing all about, well I wrote an introduction to the Power platform late last year. Since then a lot of things has happened.
Upgrading a running MariaDB Galera Cluster from 5.5 (previous stable) to 10.0 (stable) is a question which comes up frequently with Remote DBA customers. Although a standard migration from 5.5 to 10.0 is well covered in the Knowledge Base, Galera Cluster upgrades haven’t been really documented in detail now. This howto will cover upgrades on CentOS or RHEL 6 but a similar logic can be applied to Ubuntu/Debian as well.
Last week we continued the MariaDB Roadshow in Europe and visited Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. We have now completed 5 out of 10 events from this tour. The interest in this roadshow is overwhelming - in Amsterdam we even needed to put extra chairs into the room! So far attendees of the roadshow series especially liked topics around MariaDB MaxScale, security features in MariaDB as well as the MariaDB roadmap session. Monty was among the speakers in Helsinki and Amsterdam.
MariaDB Galera Cluster is part of the easily deployed High Availability product MariaDB Enterprise Cluster. This blog raises a question about the behaviour of the bootstrapping method in MariaDB Galera Cluster.
A rapidly increasing number of large, high traffic sites are using MariaDB Galera for their database needs. This makes sense since it works so well. Administrators will connect asynchronous slaves to Galera for reporting, back-ups and disaster recovery.
MariaDB Galera is a very dependable system, involving the coupling of MariaDB with Galera. Nevertheless, Galera administrators need to check regularly the consistency of their slaves. An excellent tool for doing this is the pt-table-checksum. Read this blog for more about using it.
Team MariaDB is touring across several European regions again with the theme "Scaling at its Best!". Beside product pitches our technical experts will help you understand how to take advantage of the wide range of new features and enhancements available now in MariaDB 10, MaxScale and other MariaDB solutions.
If you want to avoid downtimes in your business, High Availabilty (HA) is a strong requirement which, by definition, makes it possible to access your data all the time without losing (any) data. In this blog we compare two alternatives: Oracle RAC and MariaDB Galera Cluster.