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In the digital space, everything tends to change with various and better developments coming up each day. Open source isn't any different, with MariaDB turning out to be everyone's darling today. This is an equivalent of MySQL but more of a modern entity. Over the last couple of years, more developers have flocked to the database mainly due to its capabilities on modern web apps. However, the underlining code does not change, but it's a bit different maintaining a MariaDB website. Thankfully, several books can help you learn this powerful database engine.