Open Source Bridge dubs itself as the conference for open source citizens. It happens June 1-4 2010, in beautiful Portland, Oregon. The young event (it celebrates its second birthday this year), seems to already have a great database track. From Monty Program Ab, we have Monty himself leading a session on The State of MariaDB. […]READ MORE
just saw the released #perconalive Amsterdam schedule. interesting to see what's not there, and what is (join me for a @mariadb_org @GaleraCluster tutorial). but maybe the most exciting thing to see? @mysqlbugs from @mariadb speaking! https://t.co/0jxKxCIbJ8
Congratulations @montywi after getting 3 databases named after your kids you have one named after you #humor https://t.co/ypW4QGreXF
Because of performance reasons, the Wikimedia Foundation announced in 2013 it was switching Wikipedia to MariaDB. The same thing happened with Google, and its users’ list now includes Deutsche Bank, DBS Bank, Nasdaq, Verizon, Craigslist, and others. https://t.co/1fOei9U0a6 #mySQL
@UUAlchemist The fork of MariaDB we used has gone. We have been working hard with the server team for new APIs to support engines like ColumnStore.
In addition a very high-performance Amazon S3 storage manager which should reduce the cost of running ColumnStore with similar performance.