In a recent presentation by Balazs Pocze from Gawker Media LLC made clear that there are many automation strategies for server management that would be worth packaging up into an extended solution like MariaDB Enterprise.
While many are at the ongoing OpenStack Summit in Austin, it came to my attention that the OpenStack project has recently published their latest user survey.
AliSQL is the fork of MySQL (maintained by Alibaba) that powers all of the group from Tmall, Taobao, Alibaba.com, 1688.com, AliExpress, Cainiao and the payment's network Alipay.
The latest top research identifies a number of big trends and challenges for databases. Jan Lindström, developer at MariaDB, summarises the key issues and challenges and how MariaDB approaches them.
Team MariaDB is touring across several European regions again. The theme for 2016 is "Data Management for Mission Critical Applications". Beside valuable presentations around database security, Big Data analysis and better scalability and high availability our technical experts will help you understand how to take advantage of the wide range of new features and enhancements available now in MariaDB 10.1, MariaDB MaxScale 1.4 and other MariaDB solutions. They will share tips & tricks to help you get the most out of your database.
I was recently talking on the #mariadb channel on FreeNode and I got a question about the often overlooked PDF documentation generation. In this blog I will show how to create a set of PDF files of the MariaDB MaxScale's documentation - a good way to keep the documentation handy. I did this on Ubuntu 14.04, but it should also work on other platforms.
The MaxScale persistent connection feature has been available since version 1.3.0. It aims to reduce the load on the database servers in specific scenarios. Testing indicates benefits and feedback from live use has been positive.
MariaDB MaxScale, the dynamic routing platform for MariaDB Server (and MySQL Server) had its first stable 1.0 GA release 15 months ago. Since then, the popularity of MariaDB MaxScale has grown exponentially. It has in many cases become a default piece of the architecture in clustered setups of MariaDB Server, in master-slave replication setups and in very large replication topologies making use of MariaDB MaxScale’s Binlog Server functionality.
New and Improved Functionality
The recently released 1.4.1 version of MariaDB MaxScale contains a bundle of great improvements to the Database Firewall Filter, dbfwfilter. This article starts by describing the dbfwfilter module and how it is used. Next we’ll find out what kinds of improvements were made to the filter in MaxScale 1.4.1 and we’ll finish by looking at a few use cases for it.
Here are the highlights of the new dbfwfilter functionality in the 1.4.1 release of MaxScale.
We are pleased to announce that MaxScale 1.4.1 is now available for download!