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MariaDB MaxScale 1.4.2 GA is available for download

URGENT UPDATE: Do not take 1.4.2 into use. We have found a problem and will provide a 1.4.3 release shortly.… Read more »

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Getting Microsoft SQL server data into MariaDB with the CONNECT storage engine

MariaDB works with many clients to migrate Microsoft SQL and Oracle to MariaDB. With the CONNECT storage engine we can… Read more »

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Automated server management with opensource tools

In a recent presentation by Balazs Pocze from Gawker Media LLC made clear that there are many automation strategies for… Read more »

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MariaDB Server growth bolstered by OpenStack User Survey

While many are at the ongoing OpenStack Summit in Austin, it came to my attention that the OpenStack project has… Read more »

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AliSQL and some features that have made it into MariaDB Server

AliSQL is the fork of MySQL (maintained by Alibaba) that powers all of the group from Tmall, Taobao, Alibaba.com, 1688.com,… Read more »

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Top database challenges for MariaDB

The latest top research identifies a number of big trends and challenges for databases. Jan Lindström, developer at MariaDB, summarises… Read more »

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MariaDB Roadshow 2016 is starting

Team MariaDB is touring across several European regions again. The theme for 2016 is “Data Management for Mission Critical Applications”.… Read more »

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Generating MariaDB MaxScale PDF and HTML Documentation

I was recently talking on the #mariadb channel on FreeNode and I got a question about the often overlooked PDF… Read more »

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MariaDB MaxScale Persistent Connections

The MaxScale persistent connection feature has been available since version 1.3.0. It aims to reduce the load on the database… Read more »

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Downloading MariaDB MaxScale binaries without registration

MariaDB MaxScale, the dynamic routing platform for MariaDB Server (and MySQL Server) had its first stable 1.0 GA release 15… Read more »

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