MariaDB - the new M in LAMP?

Colin Charles (03.May.2013 at 11:30)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2013 (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

MariaDB - the new M in LAMP?

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Rating: 4 of 5

03.May.2013 at 21:56 by Anonymous

Good information, it sounds like Maria is the future of MySQL deployments. Thanks for the talk.

Rating: 5 of 5

03.May.2013 at 22:35 by Sean Murphy (8 comments)

Thanks for the great overview of MariaDB Colin. I have been using cassandra for big data lately, and am looking forward to mariadb's storage engine ability to treat cassandra as a table.

Rating: 5 of 5

04.May.2013 at 21:35 by Steve Meyers (46 comments)

It was sometimes short on details, but that was probably necessary to fit in the time. It was very honest and informative about the past and future of MariaDB.

Rating: 4 of 5

06.May.2013 at 11:04 by JLW (16 comments)

I think there was too much history of the project and too little _concrete_ talk of why I should go home and switch to MariaDB. There was a ton of information covered but a lot of it (history, code organization, etc.) was not really useful unless maybe you were joining the MariaDB project itself. Colin was a very good speaker though, obviously very knowledgeable.

Rating: 3 of 5

06.May.2013 at 11:39 by Aaron (9 comments)

I was a little dissappointed. I heard about MariaDB last year at UTOS. I was very excited to hear what had happened in the last year with MariaDB but instead got a bit of a history lesson.

Also, the razzing of Callaghan who joined the audience, left the rest of us feeling quite awkward. Such a prominent member of the open source community, who has contributed so much should not have been subjected to being openly called out for having not contributed to MariaDB directly. As I understand it MariaDB pulls from MySQL main and as such enjoys many benefits from his work if not directly. I am certain that if MariaDB were to become the choice at FB he would contribute directly.

Anyhow, what substance there was, was good and I very much enjoyed hearing about the future direction of MariaDB.

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