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Dynamic Columns Tutorial – Part 2: Searching and Updating

This is a continuation of my previous blog, where we will focus on some more advanced features related to Dynamic Columns. For an introduction to Dynamic Columns please refer to…

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Why I moved my Joomla website to MariaDB

Next time you want to build a fast, well-optimized website, don’t forget the database system. Many content management systems (CMS) let you choose a relational database management system (RDBMS) to…

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High Performance Drupal with MariaDB

I am back from 2014 Amsterdam Drupalcon where MariaDB Corporation was present as sponsor. It was my first time there and I must say I was really impressed by the…

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And the Bose Mobile Speaker DrupalCon prize draw winner is…

DrupalCon Amsterdam was a great event with a lot of energy! It was good to hear so many Drupal developers have already made the switch to MariaDB including the Drupal…

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Share your MariaDB Story for a chance to win a Moto360

We know that there are millions of MariaDB users out there, and we love to hear stories of how MariaDB is working for them. So to encourage more people to…

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How I Converted My Invision Power Board Site from MySQL 5.1 to MariaDB 10 With Minimal Downtime

For several years, I have hosted a medium sized Invision Power Board (IPB) site. The site has roughly 9,000+ users and 1,000,000+ posts. I work with MariaDB on a daily…

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Installing MariaDB 10 on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

Installing MariaDB became very easy on the latest CentOS /RHEL Linux version 7. During initial setup MariaDB has a tick in the graphical setup environment which enables MariaDB and replaces…

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Fully packed SUSE Linux Expert day event in Warsaw

Thanks to everybody that visited our booth at SUSE Linux Expert day in Warsaw, Poland this week! We had a great time with SUSE, our Polish training partner Compendium, Polish…

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The Genie in the LAMP

Remember when the LAMP stack was young? Open source Linux, Apache HTTPd, MySQL, and PHP were the insurgent technologies delivering world-beating performance and scale at unheard-of prices, back in the…

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Testing MaxScale with WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and others

How can we find extra ways to test MaxScale? It‘s now working its way through a beta program, heading for general release. As part of the team responsible for its…

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