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MySQL Users Management Using ProxySQL Tools

Recently, we have implemented a set of new commands in ProxySQL Tools to manage MySQL users. You can create, delete, and modify users from the command line. Following commands are available: [crayon-5cbe24b510204552116729/] You can set a user’s password at the time of creation with —-password option, or later on with the set_password sub-command. Create user Let’s add a […]

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3 Ways to Boost Cloud Scalability

Deploying in the Amazon cloud is touted as a great way to achieve high scalability while paying only for the computing power you use. How do you get the best scalability from the technology?

1. Use Auto-scaling

Auto-scaling is a unique feature of cloud computing and Amazon's EC2 offering. Setup a load balancer and a couple of webservers for your application as you normally would. Design your webserver based on a template AMI that you'll reuse over and over. Then setup auto-scaling and set thresholds based on the traffic you forecast. When a threshold is passed, AWS will spinup a new instance of your webserver, and roll it into the load balancer pool automatically. Once traffic falls below the scale back threshold, Amazon will take a server out of the pool for you.

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