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Operating System for Managed MariaDB
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
SSL Connection for MariaDB on Kubernetes
Instance for MariaDB on Kubernetes
MariaDB is a cross-platform database. Written in C, C++, Perl and Bash, MariaDB is available on various platforms including Mac, Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD. It also contains APIs for almost all the popular programming languages.
Multiple HA configurations, like asynchronous and semi-synchronous master/slave replication as well as synchronous multi-master replication with clustering, are available, delivering a high level of performance, durability and consistency guarantees.
Concurrent multi-user support is a critical feature in MariaDB. Multiuser databases are accessible from multiple computers simultaneously so that many people can enter and update transactions at the same time.
MariaDB is a free open-source database and continuously developed by the community in true open-source spirit. It makes maintenance, debugging and upgrades fast and easy, and is all available to developers and enthusiasts.
MariaDB offers ACID-compliant transactions with components such as InnoDB storage engines. InnoDB supports row-level locking, crash recovery, and multi-version concurrency control, preventing data inconsistency across tables.
Achieving a significant improvement in security, MariaDB includes more security features than MySQL does. They include internal security and password check, PAM and LDAP authentication, Kerberos, user roles, and strong encryption over tablespace, tables and logs.
MariaDB has optimized performance with numerous innovations. Apart from standard storage engines in MySQL, MariaDB includes more storage engines like Aria and offers Many optimizer enhancements, faster & safer replication and thread pool management, pursuing speed improvement.
Ease of use is a great feature of MariaDB. Users can access their data using standard SQL commands without learning new ones. Thanks to many administration tools from the third-party, setting up a MariaDB deployment becomes easier.
Cloud hosting enables applications and websites to be accessed using cloud resources. Unlike traditional hosting, the solution is not deployed on a single server. On the contrary, a network composed of connected virtual and physical cloud servers carries applications or websites, ensuring greater flexibility and scalability. The cloud MariaDB hosting platform powered by Kubernetes allows your MariaDB to operate in a protected, highly organized environment, while managing its interactions with the external world.