In the past, enterprise open source databases could not compete with the proprietary heavyweights: Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server and IBM Db2. They didn’t meet the minimum requirements back then, but things have changed – there is a contender.
MariaDB TX 3.0 has emerged as the leading enterprise open source database, introducing Oracle compatibility, temporal tables, distributed partitions for scalability and performance, invisible columns and more – features previously only available in proprietary databases.
MariaDB is ready for the main event.
This webinar recording compares MariaDB TX with Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server and IBM Db2 for Linux, Unix and Windows (LUW) in terms of high availability, disaster recovery, performance and scalability, security, schema options, SQL syntax and analytics.
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