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"The most valuable feature of MariaDB is the replication mode.""I would say that for most use cases it works fine.""The performance is very good.""MariaDB can solve things better than MySQL. Maria DB has better performance than MySQL.""From the user's perspective, the performance of the columnar queries is very good in terms of the database when comparing it to the Oracle, and MySQL.""What I like best about MariaDB is that it is open-source and reliable.""MariaDB performs well as the backend database for our cloud-based telephony solution.""The most valuable feature is that it uses multiple cores, which is better than some of the other databases."

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"Normally, every database server uses hard disks. In-Memory has a feature, apart from their database, which is very good. When we start our server, all your data needs loading memory. We can use that. It's a very good feature. I think they added this feature in 2019. We can mount memory in the partition, create partitions in there, and create table space from that spot to share. It's a really good feature. We use it a lot.""The solution is very fast.""The scalability of the solution is very good. It's able to support large amounts of data.""The most valuable aspects of this solution are the fast caching and improved performance to the database""The application development is very user-friendly."

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"Maria DB has to improve from a management perspective.""It's not very stable. It needs improvement.""It would be helpful if I could specify multiple drives for the database storage.""I would like to see more compatibility going forward. This would help if there is a need to change databases.""The scaling for database online transactions needs improvement.""Master-master replication is something that needs to be simplified.""With respect to clustering and the master-slave configuration, sometimes the slave goes out of synch.""When we have had issues with accidental computer shutdown or a power outage, our MariaDB database was corrupted."

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"We use some partitions in In-Memory. We have a very large table and a low dose. It is very expensive in data to load all of them into In-Memory. It takes up more memory slots in the server, as well as a lot of RAM. We use last partitions on the table. We always need to create a script and make a schedule that can load a last partition in In-Memory. Oracle doesn't have features to do this automatically. I would like them to allow us to load last partitions, as well as other table partitions, in In-Memory. I think a good feature would do that automatically, letting you see a table, load a large partition, and monitor loading memory. It's quite a good feature.""The solution is quite expensive.""Technical support is below our expectations currently. It could be improved.""They should lower the price. My customers think that it's too expensive.""The pricing could be improved. It would ideal if it was more reasonable."

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"The price of this solution represents a very good compromise between the cost and what it offers.""It's an open-source solution.""The licensing cost is approximately $4000.00 per year and the licensing is based on the software and the number of posts that you make.""I used the open-source version, which is available free of charge.""This is an open-source product, which can be used free of charge.""This is an open source solution with no licensing fees.""MariaDB is open-source and self-hosted."

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Top Answer: MariaDB is easy to install and is stable and scalable.
Top Answer: This is an open source solution with no licensing fees.
Top Answer: It would be good to have tools for debugging procedures and functions.
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MariaDB Server is the fastest growing open source database. With its open-source innovation and enterprise-grade reliability, MariaDB Server is a modern database trusted by everyone from highly regulated industries to cutting-edge web-scale companies. MariaDB Server is available through all leading Linux distributions, and is the default database in openSUSE, Manjaro, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) / CentOS / Fedora, Arch Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise and Debian, reaching more than 60 million developers worldwide. As one of the most broadly adopted and widely deployed around the world, MariaDB Server receives contributions from companies like Alibaba, Facebook and Google — benefiting the entire community.

Oracle Database In-Memory transparently accelerates analytics by orders of magnitude while simultaneously speeding up mixed-workload OLTP. With Oracle Database In-Memory, users get immediate answers to business questions that previously took hours.

Oracle Database In-Memory delivers leading-edge in-memory performance without the need to restrict functionality, or accept compromises, complexity and risk. Deploying Oracle Database In-Memory with any existing Oracle Database compatible application is as easy as flipping a switch - no application changes are required. Oracle Database In-Memory is fully integrated with the Oracle Database’s renowned scale-up, scale-out, storage tiering, availability, and security technologies making it the most industrialstrength offering on the market.

The ability to easily perform real-time data analysis together with real-time transaction processing on all existing applications enables organizations to transform into Real-Time Enterprises that quickly make data-driven decisions, respond instantly to customer demands, and continuously optimize all key processes.

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Top Industries
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Manufacturing Company25%
Computer Software Company17%
Comms Service Provider17%
Educational Organization8%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider36%
Computer Software Company22%
Government7%
Financial Services Firm6%
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Comms Service Provider11%
Government11%
Energy/Utilities Company11%
Manufacturing Company11%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company32%
Comms Service Provider22%
Financial Services Firm9%
Government6%
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Small Business27%
Midsize Enterprise27%
Large Enterprise45%
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Small Business29%
Midsize Enterprise14%
Large Enterprise57%
Find out what your peers are saying about MariaDB vs. Oracle Database In-Memory and other solutions. Updated: September 2021.
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MariaDB is ranked 7th in Relational Databases with 16 reviews while Oracle Database In-Memory is ranked 9th in Relational Databases with 5 reviews. MariaDB is rated 8.4, while Oracle Database In-Memory is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of MariaDB writes "Provides great database for systems monitoring data and performance stability". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle Database In-Memory writes "Easy to deploy and has good performance". MariaDB is most compared with SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle Database, Firebird SQL and Oracle Multitenant, whereas Oracle Database In-Memory is most compared with SAP HANA, SQL Server, IBM Db2 Database, Progress OpenEdge RDBMS and Exasol. See our MariaDB vs. Oracle Database In-Memory report.

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