The open source MariaDB database has recently forged a path to grow more competitive with PostgreSQL, another open source database with features designed to appeal to Oracle DBAs.
- This research note outlines MariaDB's new features.
Features and Benefits
- Compares MariaDB and PostgreSQL as open source databases vying for enterprise workloads.
- Analyzes the new features of MariaDB TX 3.0.
Key questions answered
- How does MariaDB compare with PostgreSQL as an open source alternative to Oracle?
- What features should MariaDB add to its roadmap to become more enterprise-grade?
Table of contents
Expectations are rising for open source databases
Knocking on Oracle's door
MariaDB's open source roots run deep