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MaxScale Firewall Filter

MaxScale’s filter system is very flexible and enables a new way of interacting with queries. The upcoming firewall filter shows… Read more »

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Streaming MariaDB backups in the cloud

If you are a DBA or system administrator, you should already be familiar with Percona Xtrabackup, the free hot backup… Read more »

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Advanced MariaDB monitoring with Nagios

Nagios, one of the most popular hardware, network, and application monitoring tools, can also handle advanced MariaDB monitoring. With Nagios… Read more »

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Devops with MariaDB, Part 1

This new blog series will be about how to easily automate common MariaDB administration tasks using Ansible. We will showcase… Read more »

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Business Scalability, Operational Efficiency and Competitive Edge with MariaDB MaxScale 1.0 GA

When I started my career in early nineties, the Internet, the open source software movement and the Linux operating system… Read more »

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MaxScale and Transparent Session Handling

Applications are often built on top of single MySQL-compliant database instance but often there is a need for more performance… Read more »

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Joomla! on MariaDB tips from Joomla! Day in Milan

My relationship with Colt Engine, the Italian Joomla! Provider started in March 2011, when SkySQL was still a very “young”… Read more »

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MaxScale and Filter plugins: how they can help to build flexible architectures

MariaDB MaxScale is now RC and together with all the MariaDB team that has been involved in the project we… Read more »

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A Year In The Life Of MaxScale

This time of the year it is traditional, at least in the UK, to look back and reflect on the… Read more »

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MaxScale, manual control, external monitors and notification methods

One of the nice things about the “plug and play” approach of MaxScale is that people constantly find ways of… Read more »

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