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MariaDB 10.1 is stable GA

With the release of 10.1.8, MariaDB takes a next step. MariaDB 10.1 is now considered a stable release. MariaDB 10.1 has a couple of main themes: Security High Availability Scalability During the last few years there have been many request for more security features in MariaDB. Actually it’s a trend in general. Since open source […]

News from the third MariaDB Foundation Board Meeting this year

The MariaDB Foundation Board has been meeting monthly since February and on Monday this week had the third meeting of the year. Here is an update on a couple of things from the meeting. We’re happy to announce that Booking.com has renewed their support to the foundation. As a major corporate sponsor Booking.com has been […]

Information on the SSL connection vulnerability of MySQL and MariaDB

Last  week, a SSL connection security vulnerability was reported for MySQL and MariaDB. The vulnerability states that since MariaDB and MySQL do not enforce SSL when SSL support is enabled, it’s possible to launch Man In The Middle attacks (MITM). MITM attacks can capture the secure connection and turn it into an insecure one, revealing […]

Scripts for migrating bug reporting from Launchpad to JIRA

About two and a half years ago I wrote about how the MariaDB project moved bug reporting from Launchpad to JIRA. Every now and then I get contacted about how it was done and whether I would be willing to share the tools used for doing it and of course I’ve done that. Especially in […]

Changes in the MariaDB Foundation board and management

Year 2014 was an important year for the MariaDB project with the release of MariaDB 10.0. Adoption continued to grow both organically and by MariaDB being included both in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Suse Linux Enterprise Server distributions as the default database option. Ubuntu started providing MariaDB as an option since their release […]

MariaDB hugged Helsinki

One could say that MariaDB originates from Finland’s capital Helsinki. In fact so does MySQL. It was in the Helsinki area that MySQL saw daylight. It was here that Monty Widenius laid the ground for MySQL already in the 80’s, maybe even 1979, when he created UNIREG from which parts were reused when he together […]

MariaDB moves development to Github

Today marks a milestone in terms of the MariaDB project – going forward, the MariaDB project plans to use Github and git for source code management. The migration happens from Launchpad and the bzr tool. The 10.1 server development (under heavy development now) will happen on Github. You can check it out here: https://github.com/MariaDB/server. Feel […]

Crunching XML files with MariaDB

In January I wrote my first post about node.js and MariaDB . In February I continued with a second post about using jQuery and some GIS calculations. Now it is time for the third and this time the main focus is not so much on GIS functionality, but instead on the capabilities MariaDB has for handling piles of unstructured […]

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