MariaDB, a fork of MySQL, is a popular database widely used by organizations and enterprises online. Here's how you can install it on Ubuntu.

MariaDB is a widely used database in Linux systems. In this guide, you will explore how to install the database on Ubuntu 22.04 with the help of a few easy-to-follow commands. 

Once you've installed and configured MariaDB, you will learn how to interact with it through the MariaDB command line. In the end, you will also see a command to uninstall the database from Ubuntu.