Corporate Members

The MariaDB Foundation is grateful to the following companies for their substantial support:

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SkySQL is the trusted provider of open source database solutions for MariaDB and MySQL users. SkySQL has the leading MariaDB and MySQL talent pool, including the core engineering team behind MariaDB.
http://www.skysql.com

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Parallels Inc. is proud to be a supporter of MariaDB. Parallels produces some of the most widely-used web hosting and services software in the world, and uses MariaDB in its popular Parallels Plesk Panel 11.5.
http://www.parallels.com/products/plesk/

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Booking.com is the world’s leading online hotel and accommodation reservations company, and guarantees the best prices for any type of property from small independents to five-star luxury.
http://www.booking.com


Current Sponsors

The MariaDB Foundation is grateful to the following companies (as well as those preferring to remain anonymous) for their large donations this year:

Platform as a Service - Jelastic.com
Jelastic supports any PHP & Java app. Works with ANY code. Highly Scalable. Open software stacks. jelastic.com

Planeetta Web Hosting - PaaS
Jelastic Web Hosting from Finland! Deploy and host your PHP or Java application. Try it free for 2 weeks! www.planeetta.net/jelastic/

Open Query (Australia/New Zealand)
Peace of mind for your MariaDB infrastructure providing tuning, training services and more. openquery.com

Percona
Enterprise-grade Support, Consulting, Remote DBA, Training, and Server Development services for MySQL and MariaDB. percona.com

SpringbokSQL
SpringbokSQL designs and builds MariaDB database appliances and database specific load balancers for fast database performance and uptime. www.springboksql.com

Webyog
More than 2.5 million users worldwide have selected Webyog to help them smartly manage, monitor and optimize their databases. webyog.com

Verkkokauppa
verkkokauppa.com


Earlier Supporters

The MariaDB Foundation is grateful for earlier and smaller donors, without whose contributions we would not have been able to get started.