MariaDB is an open-source fork of the popular MySQL database and is used to store data for dynamic web applications. In this video, learn how to install the MariaDB server and client.
- [Instructor] In this lesson,…we'll complete our limpstack by installing Maria DB.…Maria DB is an opensource fork of the popular…MYSQL database.…It uses the same interface and commands as MYSQL,…so it works as a drop in replacement.…You can learn more about Maria DB at Mariadb.org.…I'm connected to our development server as the root user.…Engine X and PHP have already been installed…and configured.…Now, let's install Maria DB.…We'll be installing the database server…along with the client that we're allowed…to easily create and manipulate databases.…
We'll do this with apt install mariadb-server…and mariadb-client.…Once the installation is complete,…we can confirm all is well by checking the status…of the server with systemctl.…One thing to note here,…is that even though we installed the mariadb server,…it still uses the name, MYSQLD.…
It also uses MYSQL for the client,…which we can check with the dash version switch.…Now that we have our mariadb client and server installed,…lets secure the installation.…The initial installation for the database server…
- Installing NGINX on Linux
- Configuring a virtual host
- Installing PHP and MariaDB for the LEMP stack
- Securing sites with NGINX
- Creating SSL certificates
- Reverse proxies
- Load balancing
Skill Level Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Install and Configure NGINX
2. The Linux, NGINX, MySQL, and PHP Stack
3. NGINX Security
4. Reverse Proxies and Load Balancers
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