In this blog post, we look at how to configure Change Data Capture from the MariaDB Server to
MariaDB ColumnStore via MariaDB MaxScale. Our goal in this blog post is to have our analytical
ColumnStore instance reflect the changes that happen on our operational MariaDB Server.
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.
There are times when you may want to test specific software or a specific version of software. In my case, I wanted to play with MariaDB Server 10.3.6 Release Candidate and some of the new, upcoming features. I didn’t want to have a permanent installation of it on my laptop so I chose to put it in a Docker container that I can easily copy to another place or remove. These are the steps I had to take to get it done.
The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Server 5.5.60. See the release notes and changelog for details.
In February with the release of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.1.3, we introduced a new Apache Spark connector (Beta) that exports data from Spark into MariaDB ColumnStore. The Spark connector is available as part of our MariaDB AX analytics solution and complements our suite of rapid-paced data ingestion tools such as a Kafka data adapter and MaxScale CDC data adapter.
The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Server 10.3.6. See the release notes and changelog for details.
Lately, I’ve been asked how to restore a single database or even a single table out of a complete backup of MariaDB Server that was created with MariaDB Backup. This blog provides step-by-step guidance on how to achieve a restore of a database. Another blog post will pick up the question on how to restore a single table which has a separate set of challenges.