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Getting Started with MariaDB - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Install MariaBD on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
  • Configure MariaDB for better performance using the features of version 10
  • Get familiar with the usage of operators for retrieving rows more selectively
  • Use MariaDB 10's powerful tools to store, retrieve, and analyze data
  • Secure MariaDB from unauthorized access
  • Maintain the databases associated with MariaDB to ensure efficient and optimum functioning
  • Retrieve data and learn how to sort, summarize, group, and manipulate it.
About

MariaDB is a database that has become very popular in the few short years that it has been around. It does not require a big server or expensive support contract. It is also powerful enough to be the database of choice for some of the biggest and most popular websites in the world, taking full advantage of the latest computing hardware available.

From installing and configuring through basic usage and maintenance, each chapter in this revised and expanded guide leads on sequentially and logically from the one before it, introducing topics in their natural order so you learn what you need, when you need it. The book is based on the latest release of MariaDB and covers all the latest features and functions. By the end of this beginner-friendly book, not only will you have a running installation of MariaDB, but you will have practical, hands-on experience in the basics of how to install, configure, administer, use, and maintain it.

Features
  • Install, configure, and manage MariaDB
  • Store and manipulate data with MariaDB
  • Get up and running with real-world, practical examples based on MariaDB 10
Page Count 140
Course Length 4 hours 12 minutes
ISBN 9781785284120
Date Of Publication 16 Jun 2015

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.