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PoC: Using a Group Communication System (Isis2) to improve MySQL Replication HA
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Modern NoSQL solutions make good, old MySQL Replication appear weak on High Availability (HA). Basically, MySQL users have three choices for MySQL Replication HA: give up on HA, believe that doubling single points of failures means HA, or go for a proper but complex solution. Albeit, as NoSQL world and competition proves, solid HA can be dead simple: embed a Group Communication System (GCS) into MySQL! No single point of failure and near zero client deployment is doable. In parts, the proposal surpassed Pacemaker/Corosync. Read on: story, slides, experimental code.

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