Introducing MariaDB TX 2.0: Born of the Community. Raised in the Enterprise.

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “MariaDB® Corporation, the company behind the fastest growing open source database, today announced the availability of MariaDB TX 2.0, the most feature complete, open source transactional database solution for modern application development. Businesses need technology that increases agility, scalability, security and supports a plethora of use cases — all while controlling costs. Developers want a database that is open and extensible, and lets them easily develop many different types of applications. MariaDB TX 2.0 delivers for enterprises and developers with a comprehensive package of technology and services, including feature-rich new releases of MariaDB Server and MariaDB MaxScale that close the functional gap between open source and proprietary offerings.”

The release continues, “MariaDB TX is a single offering for MariaDB Server, MariaDB MaxScale, database connectors, services and tools. The MariaDB TX 2.0 package includes the newly released MariaDB Server 10.2 and MariaDB MaxScale 2.1. MariaDB TX is part of a larger effort by MariaDB to offer complete solutions to support specific workload needs, whether transactional, analytical or developer focused. The company has also delivered a new package for large-scale analytics, MariaDB AX, an easy, fast, scalable and open source data warehousing solution. ‘For too long, there has been a gap between the high-cost performance of proprietary databases, and the affordable, modern architectures of open source databases,’ said Roger Bodamer, Chief Product Officer, MariaDB Corporation. ‘MariaDB TX eliminates this trade-off by delivering an open source, extensible database that is built on top of decades of engineering investment. With its many new features, including support for MyRocks, JSON and data masking, MariaDB is now the most functionally rich open source database solution available’.”

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