The MyRocks storage engine was introduced in MariaDB Server 10.2 as an alpha plugin – the maturity of plugins is separate from the database. It became a beta plugin earlier this year, and with the release of MariaDB Server 10.3.5 (RC) last week, it is now a release candidate plugin.
In this blog, we configure a simple HA setup of two MariaDB MaxScales using Keepalived and MaxCtrl.
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™ 2400 product launch back in Nov 2017, we demonstrated the strong read scalability of MariaDB on this chip. Since then, MariaDB and Qualcomm engineering have been working to improve the scalability of write operations which we would like to share with the developer community today.
M|18, the second annual MariaDB user conference, kicked off today with a trio of live-streamed keynotes with themes ranging from the power of change and community to truly massive scale and future-ready technology. Take a look at the highlights.
Today, we are releasing MariaDB Server 10.3.5, which is our first Release Candidate for 10.3.
We are happy to announce a new MariaDB AX release featuring MariaDB ColumnStore 1.1.3. This is the largest MariaDB ColumnStore maintenance release to date – the streaming data adapters are now GA, a Spark adapter has been introduced (beta), package repositories are now available and there are a large number of fixes.
Watch the live stream of three keynote presentations at M|18, MariaDB's user conference. The stream starts at 1:15 PM ET / 7:15 PM CET – Monday, February 26.
MariaDB MaxScale 2.2 introduces failover, switchover and automatic rejoin for MariaDB Master/Slave replication clusters.
One of the new things in MariaDB MaxScale 2.2 is the addition of a fully integrated administrative interface implemented as a JSON-API conforming REST API. The MariaDB MaxScale REST API is a great way to monitor and interact with MariaDB MaxScale from a wide variety of programming languages but it is not the most convenient thing for command line use. For this very reason, we added a new command line client, MaxCtrl.