- Forum 9
MariaDB is being introduced in Linux distributions such as Fedora, CentOS and openSUSE as the alternative to MySQL. Large companies including Google and Wikipedia are switching to MariaDB. MariaDB 10.0 will soon be production ready and include many advanced features delivering new capabilities to MariaDB, taking performance to a new level and making it easier to manage large topologies of servers. The session will include an introduction to MariaDB Enterprise, a subscription-based product that makes it easy to deploy and manage clusters of database servers. Also the newly launched MariaDB Audit Plugin for tracking access to data will be covered.