MariaDB Academy: Authentication from MariaDB 10.4, and Account Locking and Password Expiry

This week sees the release of Authentication from MariaDB 10.4 on the MariaDB Foundation YouTube channel.

The latest in the series of video tutorials, it provides an overview of what’s changed with authentication from MariaDB 10.4, and looks in particular at unix_socket authentication. Although you’ll hopefully no longer need it, in case you have reverted to the old password authentication model, there’s the ubiqutous “how to restore access if you’ve lost your password” tutorial as well.

Continuing the MariaDB 10.4 theme, last week saw the release of Account Locking and Password Expiry by MariaDB Foundation software developer Robert Bindar. Read more

MariaDB Academy: NoSQL in MariaDB – JSON support.

Last week, MariaDB Foundation CEO Kaj Arnö asked how MariaDB can help you create great applications, and the first in what is sure to be many attempts to answer that was released today with Senior Software Developer and Team Lead Vicențiu Ciorbaru’s new video titled NoSQL in MariaDB – JSON support.

Demonstrating the primary JSON functions, JSON_VALID, JSON_COMPACT, JSON_DETAILED, JSON_INSERT, JSON_REPLACE, JSON_REMOVE and JSON_EXTRACT, Vicențiu covers the basics of MariaDB’s JSON functionality, culminating in a game data structure that sees footmen and peasant take on grunts in a human vs computer showdown.

View NoSQL in MariaDB – JSON support on MariaDB Foundation’s YouTube channel. Read more