In October, the MariaDB Foundation attended Percona Live in Amsterdam. Below is a selection of MariaDB-related sessions with links to the slides. There were numerous other sessions that were relevant for MariaDB users, but those listed below are some of the most closely related.
- The MariaDB Foundation – Ensuring continuity and open collaboration in the MariaDB ecosystem – Otto Kekäläinen
- Securing your MySQL/MariaDB data – Ronald Bradford
- Transparent tablespace and log encryption on MariaDB 10.1 using Amazon Key Management Service – Jan Lindström
- Meet MariaDB 10.2 – Sergei Golubchik
- Less passwords, more security: mass administration of MariaDB servers with socket authentication – Otto Kekäläinen
- Scalable Big Query Using SPIDER Parallel Queries and OpenSVC – Stephane Varoqui
- The MySQL Ecosystem in 2016 – Colin Charles
- Virtual Columns in MySQL and MariaDB – Federico Razzoli
- Introducing ScaleDB, the New Clustered, Distributed Storage Engine for MySQL – Ivan Zoratti
- Optimizing Queries Using Window Functions – Vicentiu-Marian Ciorbaru
- Using SPIDER for sharding in production – Stephane Varoqui, Kayoko Goto, Kentoku Shiba
- Common Table Expressions in MariaDB 10.2 – Galina Shalygina, Sergei Petrunia
- MySQL/MariaDB Parallel Replication: inventory, use-cases and limitations – Jean-François Gagné
For more slides and presentations, see:
- 2016 MariaDB Developers Meetup Presentations – various presentations from our annual Developers Meetup
- Videos and Presentations – listing on the Knowledgebase
At MariaDB we often get to deal with tables, but this time we took on one of a different type, and climbed to the top. We’re in Cape Town for Debconf16, and managed to take some time to climb to the top of Table Mountain.
It’s been a productive visit. Otto, who handles MariaDB packaging for Debian and Ubuntu, and is also CEO of the Foundation, hosted a BoF session on MariaDB and MySQL packaging. It’s an interesting time on the Debian packaging side, with some changes imminent, and it’s been great to see the interest and support. Read more
The 2016 MariaDB Developers Meetup will be taking place in Amsterdam, from 6 – 8 October.
The meetup will last for three days and you can join for the whole time, or as little time as you wish.
The schedule of this unconference will be drafted in a public spreadsheet. Initially, anyone attending can help set the schedule by adding sessions, as well as voting for session’s they’re interested in, by incrementing the vote counter. Based on this, the schedule will be drawn up.Booking.com sponsors the MariaDB Developers Meetup in Amsterdam
MariaDB was voted database of the year for the third year in succession in the LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice awards, winning 45.49% of the vote, up from 34.21% last year. Thanks to everyone from the community that voted for us.
2016 will be a busy year, including the upcoming release of MariaDB 10.2. Take a look at some of the features in the pipeline at Plans for 10.x.
Up until 2012, MySQL held a near-monopoly on the title, having won every year since at least 2001 (except for 2002, won by PostgreSQL).
Since 2013, however, it’s been all MariaDB, and now MariaDB is going for a hat-trick of wins.
2015 was a great year for MariaDB development, and the latest stable release, 10.1, includes Galera Cluster, a true multi-master solution, table, tablespace and log encryption, page compression, replication enhancements, numerous optimizations, and a whole lot more. Read more
This community event was hosted by the MariaDB Foundation with support from
AccelerationDB. This was a free community
event to complement the Percona Live conference. The community event was a
full day focusing on many things that were not covered at Percona Live.
The themes for this community event were **MariaDB 10.0 GA**,
**High availability**, and **Performance**. The talks are seen in the schedule below.
There was also a dinner that night at the
Here is the schedule of the talks with links to videos and slides of the talks. Read more