The software was initially announced at its OpenWorks 2019 user and developer conference which was held in New York in February.
In a statement on Tuesday, the company said the new version included "added functionality for enterprises running MariaDB at scale in production environments, involves new levels of testing and is shipped in a configuration that is secure by default".
“The new version of MariaDB Server is a hardened database that transforms open source into enterprise open source,” said Max Mether, vice-president of Server Product Management.
"With MariaDB Enterprise Server, we’re focused on top-notch quality, comprehensive security, fast bug fixes and features that let our customers run at internet-scale performance without downtime.”
The new release and and backported versions will be available to customers at June end as part of their MariaDB Platform subscription.