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Say Hello to MariaDB TX. Enterprise Open Source Database Platform (DBMS) MariaDB Analytics Tutorial: 5 steps to get started in 10 minutes. Looking for an easy way to get started with analytics?

MariaDB Analytics Tutorial: 5 steps to get started in 10 minutes

MariaDB ColumnStore provides a simple, open and scalable analytics solution. It leverages a pluggable storage engine to handle analytic workloads while keeping the same ANSI SQL interface that is used across the MariaDB portfolio. This blog provides a quick 5-step tutorial to help you get started with MariaDB ColumnStore. Before you begin, please download the sample dataset, including: Analytic Database, OLAP, ColumnStore. MariaDB ColumnStore is a powerful open source columnar storage engine that supports a wide variety of analytical use cases with ANSI SQL in highly scalable distributed environments.

Analytic Database, OLAP, ColumnStore

MariaDB ColumnStore is the future of data warehousing. ColumnStore allows us to store more data and analyze it faster. Everyday, Pinger’s mobile applications process millions of text messages and phone calls. We also process more than 1.5 billion rows of logs per day. Analytic scalability and performance is critical to our business. Aziz Vahora, Head of Data Management at Pinger. Reduce Costs with Better Price Performance Data warehouses are famously expensive. 90% less cost per TB per year compared to proprietary data warehouses Flexible deployment options to meet specific needs– public cloud, private cloud or on premise Advanced data compression for extremely large data sets reduces the hardware needed for big data deployments Performance at Scale.

How to create microservices and set-up a microservice architecture with MariaDB, Docker and Go. Intro In this blogpost we’re going to use the photo-sharing application that has been demoed during MariaDB’s M|17 conference.

How to create microservices and set-up a microservice architecture with MariaDB, Docker and Go

The sources of the application are available for download on Github. The purpose of this blog post is to demonstrate using a MariaDB database server in your stack when building microservice applications. During this post we’re going to talk about what microservices are, the architecture of the photo-sharing application, bootstrapping the application, and scaling parts of the application.

The code demoed in this blogpost could be used as a starting template for building your own microservices. What are Microservices Creating applications with microservices is an approach that attempts to avoid the problems often found in monolithic applications. High-Level Architecture of the Application The photo-sharing application has been created utilizing the microservices architecture.

Figure 1. Downloading and starting the application From this point you’ll need a terminal. Database Proxy, Database Router, MaxScale. MariaDB MaxScale makes it easy to manage database cluster scalability, availability and security MariaDB MaxScale is a next-generation database proxy that manages security, scalability and high availability in scale-out deployments.

Database Proxy, Database Router, MaxScale

Using MaxScale, administrative database processes run without damaging application performance. MariaDB MaxScale’s plug-in architecture is designed to increase flexibility and aid customization. The extensible, plug-in architecture makes it easy for new plugins to be created by community members, as well as MariaDB Enterprise customers wanting to extend functionality to specific use cases. MariaDB Backup released with MariaDB Server 10.1.23. MariaDB Backup, a new tool for performing physical online backups of InnoDB, Aria and MyISAM tables from MariaDB Server, was released as part of the maintenance release of MariaDB Server 10.1.23.

MariaDB Backup released with MariaDB Server 10.1.23

MariaDB Backup is available on Linux and Windows. MariaDB Server 10.1 introduced MariaDB InnoDB Compression and Data-at-Rest Encryption. For both, we have seen high interest from the users of MariaDB Server. However, existing backup solutions from our ecosystem did not support full backup capability for these features. If you are running MariaDB Server on Microsoft Windows, an open source tool for creating physical online backups did not exist.

To address our customers and community users concerns, we decided to provide a backup solution that would support full backup capability for MariaDB Server that include encrypted and compressed data. Best Database Security, Secure Database. MariaDB Server is an enterprise-grade database, extensible and secure at every layer Existing at the heart of IT infrastructure, a database needs to provide a strong, agile and secure foundation for every type of application.

Best Database Security, Secure Database

New ways of doing business, from digital transformation, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile, require responsiveness, database security and performance that break the boundaries of slow-moving legacy systems. MariaDB Server is building a bridge between the old and the new. Its modern and extensible architecture provides the foundation for businesses to continuously innovate with new applications and modernize legacy systems. Combining familiar SQL interfaces with open extensibility, MariaDB supports innovation by combining a secure database with a stable and configurable data tier to cover a breadth of use cases. 17 Recap – Video Recordings Now Available. Thank you to everyone who joined us at our first-ever MariaDB user conference in New York City on April 11-12.

17 Recap – Video Recordings Now Available

Thank you also to our sponsors for their generous support: Amazon Web Services, Galera Cluster, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Monyog, Intel, Alibaba Cloud, eperi, Navicat, MariaDB Foundation, diginomica, insideBIGDATA and ODBMS.org. Couldn’t make the event or want to relive your favorite session? Access all the M|17 video recordings. Keynote Highlights “The Open Source Mandate” with MariaDB CEO Michael Howard discussed how the changes in today’s world can only be handled with technology that is a reflection of our times and the strategic benefit of open source. Session Highlights “Visual Analysis of Health Data at UW IHME” with Andrew Ernst, Assistant Director of Infrastructure at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, demonstrated how MariaDB ColumnStore is deployed in the real world to help transform data into policy. Reception. Open Source Database, Enterprise Database.