MariaDB 10.5 has an excellent engine plugin called “S3”. The S3 storage engine is based on the Aria code and the main feature is that you can directly move your table from a local device to S3 using ALTER. Still, your data is accessible from MariaDB client using the standard SQL commands. This is […]Read more
In this blog post, we will share some experiences with the hidden gem in MySQL called MyRocks, a storage engine for MySQL’s famous pluggable storage engine system. MyRocks is based on RocksDB which is a fork of LevelDB. In short, it’s another key-value store based on LSM-tree, thus granting it some distinctive features compared […]Read more
I did a MariaDB Observability talk at MariaDB Day in Brussels, which I roughly based on the MySQL 8 Observability talk I gave earlier in the year. This process pushed me to contrast MySQL and MariaDB observability.
In summary, there are a lot of differences that have accumulated through the years; a lot more than […]
At the moment, MySQL 8 and MariaDB 10.4 are the latest versions of the corresponding database management systems. Each of these DBMS has a unique set of features. For example, specific MariaDB features might be unavailable in MySQL, and vice versa. In this presentation, we’ll cover these new features and provide recommendations regarding which […]Read more
Percona Monitoring and Management 2.2 (PMM) was released on December 24th with new features and updates designed to help you more easily manage and monitor your open source databases across your multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environments. Let’s take a look at a few of the most interesting ones.
Full Support for AWS RDS for MySQL/MariaDB and […]