The first release of MariaDB was a fork of MySQL with additional features, performance improvements and bug fixes. However, while they both implement the MySQL protocol, MariaDB and MySQL have evolved differently – becoming separate databases.

MariaDB has grown into a complete database solution with distributed SQL, columnar storage and temporal tables while MySQL 8.0 was a significant release with its transactional data dictionary and improved JSON support.

In this webinar, we will discuss the similarities between MariaDB and MySQL, where they are compatible, where they are not, the differentiating features and advantages, and how you can migrate from MySQL to MariaDB.

Register now to learn more about:

• MariaDB and MySQL compatibility
• MariaDB features not in MySQL, and vice versa
• MySQL to MariaDB migration

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SPEAKERS

David Thompson

David Thompson

VP, Engineering
North America, MariaDB

David Thompson

David Thompson

VP, Engineering
North America, MariaDB