In this blogpost we’re going to use the photo-sharing application that has been demoed during MariaDB’s M|17 conference. The sources of the application are available for download on Github. The purpose of this blog post is to demonstrate using a MariaDB database server in your stack when building microservice applications. During this post we’re going to talk about what microservices are, the architecture of the photo-sharing application, bootstrapping the application, and scaling parts of the application. The code demoed in this blogpost could be used as a starting template for building your own microservices.
MariaDB Backup, a new tool for performing physical online backups of InnoDB, Aria and MyISAM tables from MariaDB Server, was released as part of the maintenance release of MariaDB Server 10.1.23. MariaDB Backup is available on Linux and Windows.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our first-ever MariaDB user conference in New York City on April 11-12. Thank you also to our sponsors for their generous support: Amazon Web Services, Galera Cluster, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Monyog, Intel, Alibaba Cloud, eperi, Navicat, MariaDB Foundation, diginomica, insideBIGDATA and ODBMS.org.
Couldn’t make the event or want to relive your favorite session? Access all the M|17 video recordings.
This week’s webinar with Alvin Richards on getting started with MariaDB on Docker was extremely popular but unfortunately we weren’t able to get to all the audience questions at the end. We sat down with Alvin after the webinar to review the questions and get his responses. Check it out!
While containers can be great ephemeral vessels for your applications, your data needs to be able to survive containers coming and going, maintain its availability and reliability, and grow when you need it. Join our upcoming webinar to learn how to build your own MariaDB container.
By Elmar Eperiesi-Beck, CEO, eperi GmbH
On behalf of the eperi team, we are very much looking forward to being part of MariaDB’s first annual M|17 user conference. We see this as a perfect opportunity to introduce our Cloud Data Protection (CDP) solution, the eperi Gateway, to our peers within the MariaDB community.
We’re releasing MariaDB Server 10.2.5, which is Release Candidate number 2. Although this is a Release Candidate, there is one significant new piece in it, namely MyRocks. MyRocks is a storage engine developed by Facebook using RocksDB as the backend.
Analytics is at the heart of extracting value out of data. Adopting an effective analytics strategy can be a distinctive competitive advantage, particularly with the growth of big data and IoT in the enterprise.
MariaDB Server 10.2 introduces Common Table Expressions (CTEs) that allows recursive SQL, that replaces the CONNECT BY syntax of older database systems. Here, we take a look at CTEs, how they relate to CONNECT BY and what these can be used for.
Join MariaDB ColumnStore Use Cases Webinar on March 23, 2017 10 a.m. PT
MariaDB ColumnStore provides a complete solution for automated high availability of a cluster. On the data processing side:
Multiple front-end or User Module (UM) servers can be deployed to provide failover on SQL processing.
Multiple back-end or Performance Module (PM) servers can be deployed to provide failover on distributed data processing.
Due to the shared-nothing data processing architecture, ColumnStore requires the storage tier to deliver high availability for a complete solution. In this blog, I intend to provide some clarity and direction on the architecture and choices available.