MariaDB has been a favorite MySQL fork in the community for quite a while already. This has been particularly prominent in the last year with many major Linux Distributions switching to MariaDB. MariaDB has also been releasing new versions with lots of new features in a rapid fashion. With the latest release of MariaDB 10.0 with new features such as multi-source replication, global transaction ID, parallel slave threads, Cassandra storage engine, dynamic columns and JSON the feature list is pretty impressive. This talk will go through the latest features of MariaDB and look at the future of MariaDB beyond 10.0.