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Questions about MariaDB’s bug system
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MariaDB recently announced the migration of the JIRA bug tracking system from the current Atlassian-hosted instance to a self-hosted installation to be found at jira.mariadb.org.    This likely isn’t a big deal to the community, and MariaDB is being very proactive in coordinating this change in the community – but it’s an opportunity for me to ask a few questions regarding MariaDB’s JIRA usage to which I can’t find answers.  I certainly …

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Loading JSON into MariaDB or even MySQL - mysqljsonimport 2.0 is available
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It was a long time since I updated mysqljsonimport or mysqljsonexport and I had a few things I wanted to do with them. This release is significant enough for me to bump it up to 2.0, and the same is in the works for mysqljsonexport. The one big thing that is now implemented is reasonably advanced support for MariaDB Dynamic Columns, and it is actually pretty flexible, allowing you to load a nested JSON object into a MariaDB Dynamic Column. But don't worry, it will still link and run with MySQL if that is what you want to do (but then you will not have the dynamic column features, for obvious reasons),

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MySQL Auditing with MariaDB Auditing Plugin
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This blog will address how the MariaDB Auditing Plugin can help monitor database activity to help with security, accountability and troubleshooting.

Why Audit Your Databases?

Auditing is an essential task for monitoring your database environment. By auditing your database, you can achieve accountability for actions taken or content accessed within your environment. You will also deter users (or others) from inappropriate actions.

If there is any bad behavior, you can investigate suspicious activity. For example, if a user is deleting data from tables, the admins could audit all connections to the database and …

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MariaDB JIRA is moving
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The MariaDB JIRA instance that currently is in use for project and issue tracking will change. The current instance is hosted in Atlassian’s cloud and it has worked well, but we have hit the maximum user limit of 2000 users. It’s fantastic to see how many of you actually report bugs and other issues in the MariaDB […]

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Percona Live Data Performance Conference 2016: news you need to know!
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The Percona Live Data Performance Conference 2016 is rapidly approaching, and we’re looking forward to providing an outstanding experience April 18-21 for all whom attend.

Percona Live is the premier event for the rich and diverse open source community and businesses that thrive in the MySQL and NoSQL marketplaces. Attendees include DBAs, sysadmins, developers, architects, CTOs, and CEOs representing organizations from industry giants such as Oracle to start-ups. Vendors increasingly rely on the conference as a major opportunity to connect with potential high-value customers from around the world.

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MariaDB and Native JSON support ?
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A question raised by my previous post is : What about MariaDB and native JSON support ? In my previous post I mentioned the possibility to use the MariaDB CONNECT storage Engine to store and access JSON content in normal text field. Of course having a native JSON datatype brings more value. It introduces JSON [...]

FOSDEM 2016 – See you in Brussels
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Over the weekend I read in the FT (paywall): Is Brussels safe? Ring a local resident to find out. I’m sure it will be fine, and you will want to be there for FOSDEM, happening 30-31 January 2016. 

There is the excellent one day track, that is the MySQL & Friends Devroom (site). Talks hail from Oracle, MariaDB Corporation, Percona and …

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SCALE14x – lots of MySQL content there
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One of my favourite events run by a grassroots organisation is SCALE, and they are now doing their 14th edition, SCALE14x. If you’re into opensource software as well as all things open, this is the place to be from January 21-24 2016. It is at a new location in Pasadena (so not quite next to LAX as it was previously), but this is due to growth — so kudos to the team.

From MariaDB Corporation you get to see Max Mether ( …

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MariaDB JSON text indexing
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It is not new that we can store a JSON content in a normal table text field. This has always been the case in the past. But two key features were missing : filtering based on JSON content attributes and indexing of the JSON content. With MariaDB 10.1 CONNECT storage Engine we offer support for [...]

Web Security: SHA1 SSL Deprecated
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You may not be aware that the mechanism used to fingerprint the SSL certificates that  keep your access to websites encrypted and secure is changing. The old method, known as SHA1 is being deprecated – meaning it will no longer be supported. As per January 2016 various vendors will no longer support creating certificates with SHA1, and browsers show warnings when they encounter an old SHA1 certificate. Per January 2017 browsers will reject old certificates.

The new signing method, known as SHA2, has been available for some time. Users have had a choice of signing methods up until now, but there are still many sites using old certificates …

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