Compare MariaDB vs. Oracle MySQL Cloud Service

MariaDB is ranked 2nd in Open Source Databases with 2 reviews while Oracle MySQL Cloud Service is ranked 6th in Open Source Databases with 2 reviews. MariaDB is rated 8.0, while Oracle MySQL Cloud Service is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of MariaDB writes "Easy to setup, User friendly, and helpful technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service writes "Offers multiple reliable databases but their technical support needs improvement ". MariaDB is most compared with SQL Server, PostgreSQL and CockroachDB, whereas Oracle MySQL Cloud Service is most compared with EDB Postgres Advanced Server, Altibase and SQL Server. See our MariaDB vs. Oracle MySQL Cloud Service report.
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Pros
This solution is user-friendly.The solution is very stable. It was originally built under MySQL. It has a similar level of stability.

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The stability of the solution is very good. I wouldn't have used it for the past seven years if I was not satisfied.The scalability of the database is absolutely guaranteed by the new features.

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Cons
In the next release, I would like to see improvements in the scalability and redundancy features.The interface should be more user-friendly. It should be able to connect directly to the database and Interact with it without having to use commands. It needs better integration.

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Sometimes MySQL does upgrades on the server. When we are still using the old server and when they integrate the upgrade, they don't carry along some of the old syntaxes. The versions don't sync.The support is not that great. They're not really supporting directly anymore and relying on experts to figure out technical issues.

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Avg. Rating
8.0
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Overview
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 MySQL Cloud Service delivers a secure, cost-effective and enterprise-grade MySQL database service. Built on MySQL Enterprise Edition and powered by the Oracle Cloud, it provides a simple, automated, integrated and enterprise ready MySQL cloud service, enabling organizations to increase business agility and reduce costs.
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Google, Wikipedia, Tencent, Verizon, DBS Bank, Deutsche Bank, Telefónica, Huatai Securities
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