MariaDB

MariaDB frees companies from the costs, constraints and complexity of proprietary databases, enabling them to reinvest in what matters most – rapidly developing innovative, customer-facing applications.

MariaDB frees companies from the costs, constraints and complexity of proprietary databases, enabling them to reinvest in what matters most – rapidly developing innovative, customer-facing applications.
Open Source
Data Infrastructure
Milestones
Founded in 2010 IPO via SPAC arrangement in 2022
Investment year
Founded in 2010
Founders
Monty Widenius Patrik Backman Ralf Wahlsten
Thematic areas
Open Source
Data Infrastructure
Deal team
Michael “Monty” Widenius
Patrik Backman
Ralf Wahlsten
MariaDB frees companies from the costs, constraints and complexity of proprietary databases, enabling them to reinvest in what matters most – rapidly developing innovative, customer-facing applications.

MariaDB frees companies from the costs, constraints and complexity of proprietary databases, enabling them to reinvest in what matters most – rapidly developing innovative, customer-facing applications.

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