To install MariaDB on Ubuntu or CentOS and run on any of the cloud platforms, the best way is to use the readily available images in the marketplaces. Deploy with the latest version of MariaDB. Check the links below to deploy straight into your environment.
Once your MariaDB server has been deployed, the following links explain how to connect to a Linux VM:
- How to connect to a Linux VM on Azure
- How to connect to a Linux VM on AWS
- How to connect to a Linux VM on GCP
Once connected and logged in, the following section explains how to start using MariaDB.
To improve the security of MariaDB and change the root user password, remove the anonymous user, restrict root user access to the local machine. Run the following command:
MariaDB root login details are:
Pass: blank (no password set)
Run sudo mysql to open the mysql shell
Documentation on using MariaDB can be found on the following link:
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