4.6 out of 5 (15 Ratings)

15 Verified Reviews

MariaDB Server

MariaDB for Hybrid Cloud

The pre-sales engineers were wonderful to work with. They were willing to help us realize DBaaS strategy. DBAs are working with them actively.

MariaDB Server

Easy setup (on CentOS), full featured, stable.

Mature technology, stable, lots of competent resources available to hire and consult. Functionality is everything we require.

MariaDB Server

Rocky start, now invaluable partner.

Initially, our experience with MariaDB's account management staff was shaky. They seemed unable to keep track of our specific operating environment and policies. When brought up, they were able to make corrections. So much so they are now in a position of enormous trust and supporting some of our most critical processes.

MariaDB Server

A fast implementation and a great support that helps you always

- The implementation was very fast - Great support and very friendly service - Savings and High Availability -A fast implementation and a great support that helps you always

MariaDB Server

User friendly

Have good support about issue esclation

MariaDB Server

Implementation is easy and Need more Master slave sync features

I like that Master and slave architected technology, replication and failover features in MariaDB.

MariaDB Server

Fast, light, and reliable

It is fast and feels light / unbloated. It's also easy to install.

MariaDB Server

MariaDB feedback

- Very light weight software - Very stable

MariaDB Server

Implementation was easy

Good future prospects

MariaDB Server

Outperforms incumbents and exceed all our expectations!

MariaDB is an extremely innovative emerging database that we have come across in recent years. Despite being relatively new in the DB market, MariaDB has shown that the new kid-on-the-block can teach the old boys (such as Oracle / DB2) how to do things right! Under our stress and soak tests, the performance of MariaDB has beat all our incumbent database servers and outperformed our expectations! With some of the new engines that MariaDB is rolling out, such as ColumnStor, it just opened up a whole new bunch of possibilities which were not possible in our transactional systems!