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Advanced MySQL Replication Architectures and Latest Developments – On-Demand webinar + Q&A
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We recently hosted a live webinar covering advanced MySQL Replication topics as well as the latest developments. The webinar charts and replay are now available here. Below, you’ll find the questions raised by the audience …

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MySQL Fabric – adding High Availability to MySQL
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MySQL Fabric is a new framework that adds High Availability (HA) and/or scaling-out for MySQL. MySQL Fabric achieves scale-out by managing the sharding of table data between multiple MySQL Servers and then having Fabric-aware connectors route queries and transactions to the correct locations – scaling-out will be the subject of a future post and the rest of this article is focused on using MySQL Fabric for HA. It starts with an introduction to HA …

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Advanced MySQL Replication Architectures and Latest Developments – free webinar
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This Thursday (20th March 2014) we’ll be hosted a free webinar covering advanced MySQL Replication topics as well as the latest developments. As always, the webinar is free but you need to register here – even if you can’t …

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Oracle’s Mats Kindahl to weave MySQL Fabric into Percona Live session
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Mats Kindahl of Oracle is lead developer of MySQL Fabric

MySQL Fabric is an integrated framework for managing farms of MySQL servers with support for both high-availability and sharding. Its development has been spearheaded by Mats Kindahl, senior principal software developer in MySQL at Oracle.

Mats is leading the MySQL Scaling and High-Availability effort covering the newly released MySQL Fabric and the MySQL Applier for Hadoop. He is also the architect and implementer of several features (mostly replication features), including the row-based replication available in 5.1 and the binary log group …

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How to Set Up Asynchronous Replication from Galera Cluster to Standalone MySQL server with GTID
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March 3, 2014 By Severalnines

Hybrid replication, i.e. combining Galera and asynchronous MySQL replication in the same setup, became much easier with MySQL 5.6 and GTID. Although it was fairly straightforward to replicate from a standalone MySQL server to a Galera Cluster, doing it the other way round (Galera → standalone MySQL) was a bit more challenging. At least until MySQL 5.6 and GTID. 

There are a few good reasons to attach an asynchronous slave to a Galera Cluster. For one, long-running reporting/OLAP type …

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How to Cluster Liferay with MySQL Galera and Ceph for High Availability and Performance
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February 3, 2014 By Severalnines

Liferay is an open-source content management system written in Java. It is used by a number of high traffic sites, as this survey suggests. 

Clustering Liferay and other components such as the database and the file system is a good way to handle the performance requirements of a high traffic site. The latest Liferay version has introduced features that simplify clustering, such as built-in support for Ehcache clustering, Lucene replication, read/write splitting capabilities for …

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Upcoming MariaDB Enterprise and MaxScale Webinar
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As many of you know, both MariaDB Enterprise and MaxScale have been released and are now available for use.

Since they are both so new, I just wanted to let everyone know Ivan Zoratti will conducting a webinar next week discussing both of these technologies.

I’m looking forward to it, and should anyone out there be interested in either MDBE or MaxScale, we hope you’ll attend, and get any questions you might have answered.

When: February 6, 2014 – 6:00pm CET

Sign up now here:
http://www.skysql.com/why-skysql/webinars/…maxscale-0

 

The use of Iptables ClusterIP target as a load balancer for PXC, PRM, MHA and NDB
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Most technologies achieving high-availability for MySQL need a load-balancer to spread the client connections to a valid database host, even the Tungsten special connector can be seen as a sophisticated load-balancer. People often use hardware load balancer or software solution like haproxy. In both cases, in order to avoid having a single point of failure, multiple load balancers must be used. Load balancers have two drawbacks: they increase network latency and/or they add a validation check load on the database servers. The increased network latency is obvious in the case of standalone load balancers where you must first connect to the …

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Webinar – Automated Sharding and High Availability with MySQL Fabric
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On Tuesday 17th December, we’ll be presenting a webinar on the latest developments for MySQL Fabric (a framework for managing pools of MySQL server – together with 2 applications: automated sharding and High Availablity). As always, the webinar is free and you should register …

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Q&A: Geographical disaster recovery with Percona Replication Manager
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My December 4 webinar, “Geographical disaster recovery with  Percona Replication Manager (PRM),”  gave rise to a few questions. The recording of the webinar and the slides are available here, and I’ve answered the questions I didn’t have time to address below.

Q1: Hi, I was wondering if corosync will work in cloud environment. As …

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