Getting Started with MariaDB

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Learn
  • Install MariaDB on Windows/RedHat/Fedora/CentOS Linux/Debian/Ubuntu Linux
  • Configure MariaDB to optimize data storage
  • Administer users on MariaDB
  • Learn how to utilize MariaDB to maintain a backup of your data
  • Maintain MariaDB and keep it running smoothly
About

In the modern age, storing data is of paramount importance, and this is where databases enter the picture. MariaDB is a relatively new database that has become very popular in a short amount of time. It is a community-developed fork of MySQL and it is designed to be an enhanced and backward compatible database solution.

Getting Started with MariaDB is a practical, hands-on, beginner-friendly guide to installing and using MariaDB. This book will start with the installation of MariaDB before moving on to the basics. You will then learn how to configure and maintain your database with the help of real-world examples.

Getting Started with MariaDB literally starts at square one by walking you through the basics of what you need to know about MariaDB. This book will teach you how to install MariaDB as well as how to configure it. Following that, you will then be shown how to secure MariaDB. This book will also teach you common commands and will help you learn how to maintain a MariaDB server.

Features
  • A step-by-step guide to installing and configuring MariaDB
  • Includes real-world examples that help you learn how to store and maintain data on MariaDB
  • Written by someone who has been involved with the project since its inception
Page Count 100
Course Length 3 hours 0 minutes
ISBN 9781782168096
Date Of Publication 21 Oct 2013

Authors

Daniel Bartholomew

Daniel Bartholomew has been using Linux since 1997 and databases since 1998. In addition to this book, he has also written MariaDB Cookbook, Packt Publishing, and dozens of articles for various magazines, including The Linux Journal, Linux Pro, Ubuntu User, and Tux. He became involved with the MariaDB project shortly after it began in early 2009 and continues to be involved to this day. He currently works for MariaDB, Inc. and splits his time between managing MariaDB releases, documentation, and maintaining various bits and pieces that keep the MariaDB project running smoothly.