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MariaDB 10 Released, Now With NoSQL Support
Best MariaDB ever hits the streets – MariaDB 10 innovations developed with Google, SkySQL & Fusion-IO
The MariaDB Foundation, an independent body which promotes the popular open source database MariaDB, today announced the much-anticipated general availability of MariaDB 10, providing today’s generation of application developers with enhanced performance and functionality.
Since its launch in 2009, MariaDB has built an active and vibrant open source community and has led the way in database innovation. In 2013, Wikimedia Foundation, the people behind Wikipedia, announced the migration of many of its production MySQL systems over to MariaDB and Google confirmed it aims to move its thousand-plus MySQL instances over to MariaDB technology.
Engineered by some of the world’s leading database experts, including MySQL founder, Michael ‘Monty’ Widenius, MariaDB has been enthusiastically adopted by a fast-growing eco-system including influential Linux distributions Red Hat, Fedora, Suse and Debian. MariaDB 10 includes numerous innovations developed with and for web-scale players like Google, Fusion-IO and Taobao such as: