FOSDEM in Brussels, Belgium was a great community event again this year. The MySQL community booth was maned by Oracle MySQL, Percona, Galera and MariaDB. Thanks Kenny, Liz & co for also organising a fun community dinner on Saturday! The MySQL dev room was packed with participants listening to some very interesting presentations, amongst them MaxScale, which got some considerable interest from the audience.
Submitted by robertsilen on February 3, 2014 - 6:11pm GMT
Launches a API-powered graphical tool for clusters, backed by worldwide support
HELSINKI, FINLAND - 23 JANUARY 2014 - SkySQL, the trusted experts in MariaDB and MySQL database software, today announced the general availability of MariaDB Enterprise. The company’s newest product makes it simple for database administrators and developers to deploy advanced, high-availability clustering in support of the most demanding applications.
While running a test on MariaDB Enterprise Beta for installing MariaDB Galera Cluster, I thought that this is a perfect environment to check out how to setup a remote log file for the MariaDB Audit Plugin. Although I am using MariaDB Galera Cluster in this case, you can setup a remote log file in the same way, if you are:
Using a group of MariaDB Servers with standard replication enabled
Using a group of isolated MariaDB Servers
Using just one MariaDB Server
What we want to achieve by using a remote log file is:
Submitted by Ralf Gebhardt on December 17, 2013 - 5:08pm GMT
Red Hat's next major flagship release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 is here and ready for your testing. Besides adding new features for virtualization, the cloud, and in-place system upgrading, this release also sees Red Hat moving from Oracle's MySQL to MariaDB for its default database management system (DBMS).
SkySQL is the leading global provider of Support Services, Consulting, Training and Remote DBA and services for the MariaDB and MySQL databases. With over 400 enterprise customers worldwide, SkySQL employs the stars of the MariaDB and MySQL communities and enjoys sponsorship from the original creators of MariaDB & MySQL.