MARIA DB Confidential Container

MariaDB Server (mariadb.org) is one of the most popular database servers in the world. It’s made by the original developers of MySQL and guaranteed to stay open source. Notable users include Wikipedia, WordPress.com and Google. MariaDB turns data into structured information in a wide array of applications, ranging from banking to websites. Originally designed as enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL, MariaDB is used because it is fast, scalable and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines, plugins and many other tools make it very versatile for a wide variety of use cases.

MariaDB is developed as open source software and as a relational database it provides an SQL interface for accessing data. The latest versions of MariaDB also include GIS and JSON features.

Description

MARIA DB-SGX: Mari­aDB Con­fi­den­tial Com­pute Container

enclaive deliv­ers a con­fi­den­tial com­pute vari­ant of Mari­aDB, called MARIADB-SGX. This vari­ant runs in Intel SGX enclaves. Intel Secu­ri­ty Guard Exten­sion (SGX) deliv­ers advanced hard­ware and RAM secu­ri­ty encryp­tion fea­tures, so-called enclaves, to iso­late code and data that are spe­cif­ic to each appli­ca­tion. When data and appli­ca­tion code run in an enclave addi­tion­al secu­ri­ty, pri­va­cy, and trust guar­an­tees are giv­en, mak­ing the con­tain­er an ide­al choice for (untrust­ed) cloud environments.

Why MARIADB-SGX images?

Fol­low­ing ben­e­fits come with MARIADB-SGX :

  • con­fi­den­tial com­pute ready
  • con­tain­er escape pro­tec­tion through hard­ware-grad­ed security
  • con­tain­er images are released on a reg­u­lar basis with the lat­est dis­tri­b­u­tion pack­ages available
  • images use the same com­po­nents and con­fig­u­ra­tion approach — mak­ing it easy to switch between for­mats based on your project needs
  • com­pat­i­ble with DevOps best prac­tices (e.g., Dock­er, Dock­er Swarm, Kubernetes)

Fea­tures

  • con­tain­er-in-use encryp­tion and authentication
  • encrypt­ed and authen­ti­cat­ed volume/files
  • remote­ly authenticable
  • con­fi­den­tial key man­age­ment and provisioning

Pre­req­ui­sites

  • Dock­er Engine 20.1.0 or later
  • Dock­er com­pose plu­g­in is recommended
  • Intel SGXv2/x86 archi­tec­ture or later

Installation

Quick­start

Addi­tion­al Resources

 

Repositories

Com­mu­ni­ty Edition

Avail­able versions
Github repos­i­to­ry
6.0.2–1
Dock­er Hub

Cloud Hosting

Man­aged VM

Series Proces­sor Cores RAM (GB) Data disks (GB) IOPS (GB/s)
DC1s_v2 Intel Xeon‑E 2288G — 3.7GHz/5.0 GHz 1 4 1x50 1x0.5
DC2s_v2 Intel Xeon‑E 2288G — 3.7GHz/5.0 GHz 2 8 2x100 2x0.5
DC4s_v2 Intel Xeon‑E 2288G — 3.7GHz/5.0 GHz 4 16 4x400 4x0.5

Addi­tion­al Links

Ded­i­cat­ed Server

Series Proces­sor Cores RAM (GB) Data disks (GB) IOPS (GB/s)
Advance 1 Intel Xeon‑E 2386G — 3.5GHz/4.7GHz 6 128 4x3.84 1
Advance 2 Intel Xeon‑E 2388G — 3.2GHz/4.6GHz 8 128 4x3.84 5
Advance 6 Intel Xeon Gold 6312U — 2.4GHz/3.6GHz 24 1024 4x3.84 5

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