Tag: MariaDB

Four Things You Didn’t Know About Amazon Aurora

We hear this question a lot: What’s up with Amazon Aurora? When determining the best managed database service for your organization, there are multiple factors to consider – and a…

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MariaDB Named Commands

This year it will be 10 years since the first version of MariaDB Server was published. The first release was version 5.1.38, which happened in the fall of 2009. Since…

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Transformational Stories at the MariaDB OpenWorks Conference

Learning from your peers is a thing of beauty, and next month’s MariaDB OpenWorks user conference is a great place to do it. From February 25 through 27, technology leaders…

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2018 In Review: 7 MariaDB Milestones You May Have Missed

Thanks to our growing users and customers, MariaDB continues to increase in popularity around the world. Matt Asay at InfoWorld recently wrote about why MariaDB is thriving, citing MariaDB’s climb…

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Moving to MariaDB Backup

In my previous blog post that was about upgrading to the latest version of Jira together with the latest version of MariaDB, I briefly mention that when upgrading to MariaDB Server…

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Upgrading to the Latest Jira with the Latest Version of…

In the development of MariaDB Server we use Atlassian’s Jira as the issue and project tracking software, but also for planning. We have been using Jira since 2012, when we…

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Simplify User Account Management with MariaDB MaxScale 2.2 and MariaDB…

Configuring database user accounts for MariaDB MaxScale and a backend cluster has typically required a duplicate effort. This is because an account entry must exist for both the real client…

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Automatic Data Versioning in MariaDB Server 10.3

MariaDB Server 10.3 comes with a new, very useful feature that will ease the design of many applications. Data versioning is important for several perspectives. Compliance might require that you…

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Moving a MariaDB Database to Encrypted and Unencrypted States

In this blog, we present a way to move an existing database first to an encrypted state and then, how to move your database to an unencrypted state. In order to…

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Write Optimizations for Qualcomm Centriq 2400 in MariaDB 10.3.5 Release…

MariaDB has been collaborating with Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies in pushing the performance envelop by leveraging innovative ARM-based hardware architecture with MariaDB’s unique database architecture.  As part of the Qualcomm Centriq™…

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