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Upcoming MariaDB Enterprise and MaxScale Webinar

As many of you know, both MariaDB Enterprise and MaxScale have been released and are now available for use.

Since they are both so new, I just wanted to let everyone know Ivan Zoratti will conducting a webinar next week discussing both of these technologies.

I’m looking forward to it, and should anyone out there be interested in either MDBE or MaxScale, we hope you’ll attend, and get any questions you might have answered.

When: February 6, 2014 – 6:00pm CET

Sign up now here:…maxscale-0


MariaDB Enterprise 1.0 is Here

I know it was officially announced Monday, but I just wanted to take a moment and let everyone know MariaDB Enterprise 1.0 is now available, in case you missed the previous article.

What does MariaDB Enterprise consist of?

“MariaDB Enterprise is composed of several components including MariaDB Manager, which is a set of management tools and an API with which you can easily provision, monitor, and manage a highly available MariaDB Galera Cluster for multi-master, synchronous replication. Galera is a powerful technology that can eliminate single points of failure for your database infrastructure, but it is relatively new and can be a challenge to configure for administrators who aren’t familiar with it.” Enterprise – Getting Started …

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MariaDB-related links in November 2013

Another month has come to an end. If you’re looking to be updated on MariaDB content on a regular basis, don’t forget to be on Twitter (@mariadb), Facebook (MariaDB.dbms), or Google Plus (+mariadb).

There was a question on Quora – Is Facebook considering ditching MySQL in favor of MariaDB like Google did? The best answer really comes from Harrison Fisk, so I’ll leave you to it to read. The older link made its way on social media about Wikipedia_$ mv MySQL MariaDB. …

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#002b64 is the new black (or #181818)

For my 25 readers (Italians would know better, citing The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni): if you are a techie and you do not know me , you can stop reading. No tech tips inside, nor 5 gazillion queries per second improvement in this post, sorry!

On the other hand, if curiosity is what drives you through the posts of PlanetMySQL  you may find bits in this post of some interest, or even helpful.

Few days ago I opened my blog and found the last post, dated April 2013. It was a reminder for the readers that the OpenStack Summit …

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