Proxies are building blocks of high availability setups for MySQL
and MariaDB. They can detect failed nodes and route queries to
hosts which are still available. If your master failed and you
had to promote one of your slaves, proxies will detect such
topology changes and route your traffic accordingly. More
advanced proxies can do much more: route traffic based on precise
query rules, cache queries or mirror them. They can even be used
to implement different types of sharding.
Join us for this live joint webinar with ProxySQL’s creator, René
Cannaò, who will tell us more about this new proxy and its
features. We will also show you how you can deploy ProxySQL using
ClusterControl. And we will give you an early walk-through of
some of the exciting ClusterControl features for ProxySQL
that we have planned.
Date, Time & Registration Europe/MEA/APAC
Tuesday, February 28th at 09:00 …[Read more]