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MySQL Group Replication as HA solution
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MySQL Group Replication is just one component of the upcoming MySQL HA Solution as Matt Lord explained it in his GR quick start guide. So while mysql-router is back to school to become smarter and learn how to take the right decision we can already use existing 3rd party solutions. To be honest, if people are already using a load balancer/proxy with MySQL asynchronous, semi-sync or other virtual synchronous solution and want to evaluate and migrate to MySQL’s native Group Replication, they might not migrate load balancer at the same time as they move to GR. …

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Webinar Thursday June 23: Choosing a MySQL High Availability Solution Today
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Please join Percona, Technical Account Manager, Michael Patrick on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 10 AM PDT (UTC-7) as he presents “Choosing a MySQL High Availability Solution Today.”

High availability (HA) is one of the solutions to improve performance, avoid data outages, and recover quickly from disasters. An HA environment helps guarantee that your database doesn’t have a single point of failure, accommodates rapid growth and exponentially increasing database …

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Orchestrator: MySQL Replication Topology Manager
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This blog post discusses Orchestrator: MySQL Replication Topology Manager.

What is Orchestrator?

Orchestrator is a replication topology manager for MySQL.

It has many great features:

  • The topology and status of the replication tree is automatically detected and monitored
  • Either a GUI, CLI or API can be used to check the status and perform operations
  • Supports automatic failover of the master, and the replication …
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Announcing: MySQL Fabric 1.6.2 on Labs
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The MySQL Fabric team is pleased to announce that a new version is now available on Labs. This labs release includes our latest developments to give you a taste of what we have been working on. In particular, it includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Multi-node Fabric support is now available! This means that multiple fabric nodes can be started and any node can be contacted to perform operations. This allows Fabric itself to be fault-tolerant (no single point of failure) and distribute request across multiple Fabric nodes. For more information, see: …

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Announcing: MySQL Fabric 1.6.2 on Labs
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The MySQL Fabric team is pleased to announce that a new version is now available on Labs. This labs release includes our latest developments to give you a taste of what we have been working on. In particular, it includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Multi-node Fabric support is now available!

Abstracting Binlog Servers and MySQL Master Promotion without Reconfiguring all Slaves
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http://blog.booking.com/abstracting_binlog_servers_and_mysql_master_promotion_wo_reconfiguring_slaves.html

Follow the link above to read my latest article on the Booking.com Developer Blog.  It is about Binlog Servers and how to promote a slave as the new master without reconfiguring all slaves.

This is also a good opportunity to remind you of my next talks:

I’ll be giving a talk about Binlog

Announcing: MySQL Fabric 1.5.5 GA is Available!
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The MySQL Fabric team is pleased to announce that a new (GA) release is now available. This release includes several improvements in terms of stability and usability (bug fixes and feature enhancements). In a nutshell:

  • Two new types of users for backup and restore are now available allowing a better managements of the required privileges for each user type.

How to create a rock-solid MySQL database backup & recovery strategy
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Have you ever wondered what could happen if your MySQL database goes down?

Although it’s evident such a crash will cause downtime – and surely some business impact in terms of revenue – can you do something to reduce this impact?

The simple answer is “yes” by doing regular backups (of course) but are you 100% sure that your current backup strategy will really come through when an outage occurs? And how much precious time will pass (and how much revenue will be lost) before you get your business back online?

I usually think of backups as the step after HA fails. Let’s say we’re in …

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Q&A: High availability when using MySQL in the cloud
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Last week I hosted a webinar on using MySQL in the cloud for High Availability (HA) alongside 451 Research analyst Jason Stamper. You can watch the recording and also download the slides (free) here. Just click the “Register” button at the end of that page.

We had several excellent questions and we didn’t have time to get to several of them in the allotted time. I’m …

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MaxScale: A new tool to solve your MySQL scalability problems
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Ever since MySQL replication has existed, people have dreamed of a good solution to automatically split read from write operations, sending the writes to the MySQL master and load balancing the reads over a set of MySQL slaves. While if at first it seems easy to solve, the reality is far more complex.

First, the tool needs to make sure it parses and analyses correctly all the forms of SQL MySQL supports in order to sort writes from reads, something that is not as easy as it seems. Second, it needs to take into account if a session is in a transaction or not.

While in a transaction, the default transaction …

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