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Meet MariaDB

Meet MariaDB

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A brief history of MariaDB since its fork from MySQL, and a look at new features up to the latest stable release, 10.2, and the latest alpha, 10.3.

Presentation at the Cape Town PHP Meetup, 8 Aug 2017

A brief history of MariaDB since its fork from MySQL, and a look at new features up to the latest stable release, 10.2, and the latest alpha, 10.3.

Presentation at the Cape Town PHP Meetup, 8 Aug 2017

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Meet MariaDB

  1. 1. Meet MariaDB Ian Gilfillan MariaDB Foundation
  2. 2. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL
  3. 3. MariaDB Foundation MariaDB Corporation
  4. 4. Up until 5.5, MariaDB followed MySQL's numbering
  5. 5. Next major release was MariaDB 10.0
  6. 6. MariaDB 5.3 • Stable in Feb 2012 • Numerous improvements to the query optimizer • Particularly subqueries • Improvements to replication and binary logging
  7. 7. MariaDB 5.5 • Stable in April 2012 • 5.3 improvements went into MariaDB 5.5 • On a busy server, 5 times faster than MySQL • MariaDB 5.5 supported until April 2020
  8. 8. MariaDB 10.0 • Stable in March 2014 • Parallel Replication (up to 10 times improvement) • Global Transaction ID • Multi-source Replication • Online ALTER TABLE
  9. 9. MariaDB 10.1 • First stable Oct 2015 • Galera • Encryption • Page compression • Roles • GIS improvements • Debian 9 Stretch
  10. 10. MariaDB 10.2 • First stable May 2017 • Window functions • Common Table Expressions • GeoJSON / JSON • XtraDB → InnoDB
  11. 11. Window Functions
  12. 12. MariaDB 10.3 • First alpha released in April • Oracle compatibility
  13. 13. Learn more • Foundation website: mariadb.org • Code: github.com/mariadb/server • Documentation: mariadb.com/kb • Bugs: jira.mariadb.org • IRC: #maria on Freenode • Mailing list: maria-discuss@lists.launchpad.net Questions?

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