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MySQL Group Replication OOW Tutorial


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The second MySQL tutorial session at Oracle Open World was “MySQL Group Replication in a Nutshell” by MySQL Community Manager Frederic Descamps. This is succinctly described as:

“Multi-master update anywhere replication for MySQL with built-in conflict detection and resolution, automatic distributed recovery, and group membership.”

MySQL Group Replication (GR) is a virtually synchronous replication solution which is an integral component of MySQL InnoDB Cluster announced at the MySQL keynote. You can download a labs version of MySQL InnoDB cluster which includes three components.

  • MySQL Router …
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OOW16 talk – MySQL X protocol – Talking to MySQL directly over the Wire

Oracle Open World 2016 has just finished in San Francisco and we are now about to embark on Percona Live Europe in Amsterdam. I offered a presentation in San Francisco on the MySQL X protocol, the new protocol that Oracle is using to make the DocumentStore work. This new protocol also allow you to send […]

Introducing the MySQL Cloud Service

The MySQL keynote at Oracle Open World 2016 announced the immediate availability of the MySQL Cloud Service, part of the larger Oracle Cloud offering. You can evaluate this now with a trial copy at cloud.oracle.com/mysql. MySQL server product manager Morgan Tocker gave two presentations at the event including a deep dive session.

This is the first release of the MySQL cloud service. As with all first releases there are some highlights and some pipeline features. All major cloud providers have MySQL offerings. AWS RDS (traditional, MAZ and Aurora) GCP Cloud SQL and Azure …

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MySQL Operations in Docker at Oracle Open World 2016

One of the Monday tutorials at Oracle Open World was MySQL Operations in Docker. A 2 hour tutorial by Giuseppe Maxia. This tutorial showed what you can do with MySQL on Docker which is specifically good for testing. Some key points from the tutorial included:

  • Differences between containers and Virtual Machines (VM)
    • VM are mutable architecture, you start then modify
    • containers are an immutable architecture
  • Containers are not micro-services
  • Understanding about the “official” MySQL docker image. (Hint: Use mysql/mysql-server, not mysql)
  • The issues of specifying a required password to install MySQL on a container
  • Understanding how to use volumes, for a file (e.g. /etc/my.cnf), or a directory (e.g. /var/lib/mysql)
  • How to produce a more secure MySQL …
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MySQL Keynote at Oracle Open World 2016

Tomas Ulin made a number of key announcements at this year’s State of the Dolphin and Customer Experiences keynote. MySQL Public Cloud, MySQL 8.0 DMR, MySQL InnoDB Cluster, MySQL Group Replication (RC). Some tweets and points of the keynote:

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