MariaDB ColumnStore user Andrew Ernst from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation discusses how other storage engines have "failed miserably" and why he chose ColumnStore instead.
I am happy to announce the general availability of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0!
MariaDB ColumnStore is a powerful open source columnar storage engine that unites transactional and analytic processing with a single ANSI SQL front end to deliver a solution that simplifies high-performance, big data analytics.
Today, MariaDB ColumnStore has reached a major milestone – MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0 is now GA with the release of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.6 GA. The journey of MariaDB ColumnStore began in January 2016 when our team started building ColumnStore. The support from our early alpha and beta adopters and community users has helped us take MariaDB ColumnStore from the first alpha release to the GA today.
In this blog post, I will outline MariaDB ColumnStore's architecture, which has the capacity to handle large datasets and scale out across multiple nodes as your data grows.
Recently Rasmus Johansson announced that MariaDB is adding support for the Facebook MyRocks storage engine. In this blog members of the Facebook Database Engineering team helped us answer some questions we think our community will have about MyRocks.
The MariaDB audit plugin is an audit plugin that is bundled with MariaDB server. However, even though it is bundled with MariaDB, the plugin is actually compatible with MySQL as well. For a step-by-step guide on how to use the plugin with MySQL, check out my blog post here
Transportable tablespaces for InnoDB tables is a very useful feature added in MySQL 5.6 and MariaDB 10.0. With this new feature, an InnoDB table’s tablespace file can be copied from one server to another, as long as the table uses a file-per-table tablespace.
Please save the date! M|17 is MariaDB’s inaugural annual user conference that will bring together developers, architects, administrators and business people to learn, collaborate and network around the latest innovations at MariaDB and infrastructure modernization.
The details about two vulnerabilities affecting MariaDB (and MySQL) have been published. The two vulnerabilities are:
With the recent announcement of MariaDB ColumnStore, we get many questions on the architecture and functionality of MariaDB ColumnStore. This blog post describes the architecture of MariaDB ColumnStore.