Alibaba agrees to lead a $27M investment in MariaDB, the European company

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Alibaba has spent 2017 pushing its cloud computing business and now it is preparing to make its first major investment in a Western startup in the space.

The Chinese e-commerce giant has agreed to lead a ai??i??22.9 million ($27 million) investment in MariaDB, the European company behind one of the webai??i??s most popular open source database servers, according to a source with knowledge of negotiations. The deal has not closed yet, but it is imminent after MariaDBai??i??s shareholders gave their approval this week.

MariaDB, a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended to remain free under the GNU GPL, is best known for operating the most popular alternative toAi??MySQL, a database management system. Both are open source products but there is caution from some around MySQL from some because it is owned by Oracle-a huge corporation-courtesy of its acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

Feng yu, a principal engineer within its cloud business, join the startupai??i??s board. mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra, mountainwest apothecary viagra. salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon, salep elecon.

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