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MariaDB

Migration from Oracle to MariaDB with no application change

D.mariadb
pickup li
Introduce a use case from a Chinese who migrated one of their important applications from Oracle to MariaDB with very few modifications to the application. I will cover the entire migration process and experience, including tools to check the Oracle syntax compatibility with MariaDB and tools to compare the execution results of Oracle and MariaDB, and the proxy that receives and interprets the Oracle network protocol to MariaDB

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