MariaDB is an open-source MySQL database compatible database and the Kurian AMI has the latest stable release of MariaDB installed for the targeted Linux platform. The installation is secured by running mysql_secure_installation.
- Latest, stable release with OS patches.
- Secured installation.
The MariaDB database server is ready for use when an EC2 instance is spun from this AMI. An ideal resource to use with automated infrastructure provisioning when a MariaDB or MySQL database is needed as part of the cluster and available for use immediately.
Click on the links below to take you to Amazon Marketplace for spinning up EC2 nodes.
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Amazon Linux 2
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for CentOS 7.9
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI CentOS 8.3
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.9
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Debian 10
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Ubuntu 16.04
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Ubuntu 18.04
- Secured MariaDB 10.5 AMI for Ubuntu 20.04
Kurian releases latest, stable versions of open source software on popular Linux distributions. If you need a configuration that is not currently available in marketplace, send us your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following info in the email:
- Name of Software to be on the AMI with version numbers.
- Linux distribution and the version.
- The EC2 instance type you plan to spin up from the AMI (optional).
- Besides running mysql_secure_installation for securing the database, no configuration is done.
- SSH into the EC2 instance running the database as user specific to the operating system. See
Remote Access to EC2 Nodebelow to see the users listed.
- Connect to the database as
rootusing instance id as the password. If that doesn’t work try the password
dummypass. Change password if needed.
Using the related MariaDB documentation migrate old databases to the newly created instance.
Kurian can help with configuring Jenkins for your specific needs. Contact us with details to email@example.com
Following are the standard AWS defined users available when a node is provisioned:
- Amazon Linux: ec2-user
- Red Hat Linux: ec2-user
- SuSE Linux: ec2-user
- Fedora: fedora
- CentOS: centos
- Debian Linux: admin
- Ubuntu: ubuntu