At the moment MySQL 8 and MariaDB 10.4 are the latest versions of the corresponding database management systems. Each of these DBMSs has a unique set of features, unavailable in its analogue (MariaDB features might be unavailable in MySQL, and vice versa). In this presentation we’ll cover these new features and provide recommendations re: which application will work best on which DBMS.
About the Author
Alkin has extensive experience in enterprise relational databases working in various sectors for large corporations. With more then 20 years of industry experience he has acquired skills for managing large projects from ground up to production. For the past six years he's been focusing on e-commerce, SaaS and MySQL technologies. He managed and architected database topologies for high volume site at eBay Intl. He has several years of experience on 24X7 support and operational tasks as well as improving database systems for major companies. He has led MySQL global operations team on Tier 1/2 support for MySQL customers. Recently joined Percona's expert technical management team.