FutureCon Virtual Eastern: CyberSecurity Conference (November 10th)
IT - Database

An in-depth comparison of MariaDB vs MySQL based on license model, popularity, features, performance, and support

"MySQL and MariaDB are relational database management systems (RDBMS) best known for their mutual compatibility and their identical command and query syntaxes. In fact, MariaDB is a free and open source fork of MySQL that inherited many of that database's characteristics.

The MariaDB and MySQL database management systems have a lot in common, which can make it difficult to choose when you need to decide on a database solution for your needs.

But before we get into an in-depth analysis on the topic MySQL vs MariaDB, let's start at the very beginning..."

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