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Open shared innovation - a blog by Patrik Sallner, CEO at SkySQL - The MariaDB Company
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Installing MariaDB Galera Cluster on Windows Azure - Thomas Conté's MSDN Blog http://buff.ly/Vagjg3
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If you have been thinking about setting up MaxScale and MariaDB this is a great third party view of the process to get up and running. 

We are very excited about MaxScale and it's future - there is so much potential with this platform. 

What would you like to see it do next?

http://bit.ly/1lOV2SH
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Is that maxscale thingie any good ?
I was wondering about setting it up for some read heavy load balancing on a galera cluster. 
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The SouthEast LinuxFest gets underway later this week in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. There are a couple MariaDB-specific talks and a few others in the database track that apply to both MariaDB and MySQL. Check out the final schedule, and we hope to see you there! http://www.southeastlinuxfest.org/?page_id=6
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I'll be giving one of the MariaDB talks. Colin Charles the other. We're both speaking on Friday, back to back. We'll be joined by our colleague Max Mether who is talking about MaxScale, which is, of course, totally applicable to MariaDB.
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Helpful blog on installing MaxScale - the database-centric proxy. Give it go.
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MariaDB 10.0.12 Galera Cluster is now stable (GA) - benefits of MariaDB 10 features + Galera Cluster is powerful! http://buff.ly/1vzL34G
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We have already upgraded and it works wonderfully!  Thank you for your awesome work!
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How to migrate from MySQL to MariaDB on Linux in five steps
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+MariaDB And here too: "403 ... The Force is with you, young Skywalker
But the Emperor does not share your optimistic appraisal of the situation"
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This is a very nice article, any chance we can comment on the blog without a facebook acoount?
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Just updated. Everything's fine. ☺ 
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MariaDB is community developed, feature enhanced & backward compatible to MySQL.
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MariaDB is a database server that offers drop-in replacement functionality for MySQL. MariaDB is built by some of the original authors of MySQL, with assistance from the broader community of Free and open source software developers. In addition to the core functionality of MySQL, MariaDB offers a rich set of feature enhancements including alternate storage engines, server optimizations, and patches.

MariaDB is primarily driven by developers at Monty Program, a company founded by Michael "Monty" Widenius, the original author of MySQL, but this is not the whole story about MariaDB. On the "About MariaDB" page on mariadb.org you will find more information about all participants in the MariaDB community, including storage engines XtraDB and PBXT.

Thank you for your interest in MariaDB. We look forward to providing you with a product and project that suits your needs, be it in a hobby blog deployment or an enterprise-grade datacenter!

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