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How to migrate your data from the MySQL Database Service (MDS) to MDS High Availability

On March 31st, 2021, MySQL introduced a new MySQL Database Service (MDS) option named MDS High Availability (MDS H/A).

“The High Availability option enables applications to meet higher uptime requirements and zero data loss tolerance. When you select the High Availability option, a MySQL DB System with three instances is provisioned across different availability or fault domains. The data is replicated among the instances using a Paxos-based consensus protocol implemented by the MySQL Group Replication technology. Your application connects to a single endpoint to read and write data to the database. In case of failure, the MySQL Database Service will automatically failover within minutes to a secondary instance without data loss and without requiring to reconfigure the application. See the documentation to learn more about MySQL Database Service High Availability.” From: …

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InnoDB Cluster on OCI using Kubernetes and StatefulSets

In this demo we are setting up InnDB Cluster on Kubernetes, we will use a StatefulSets and NFS as storage. This demo was created on Oracle Cloud (OCI) but vanilla Kubernetes and NFS was used so should work for any cloud or on-prem. More information on my github page here Setup NFS Server to act as your persistent volume. Setup a NFS Server for your persistent volumes, howto here If you are using a public cloud provider you can most likely use dynamic storage options for handling of PV. In bellow examples I have a NFS Server on IP: This NFS exposes folders: …

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How to setup a GUI via VNC for your Oracle Linux Compute Instance in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

In a couple previous posts, I explained how to get an “Always Free” Oracle Cloud compute instance and how to install MySQL on it – as well as how to add a web server.

I started my IT career (way back in 1989) using a (dumb) terminal and a 2400-baud modem to access a server. While I still use a terminal window and the command-line, it is always nice to have access to a GUI. In this post, I will show you how to install and use a GUI on your Oracle Cloud …

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Oracle’s “Always Free” Cloud Instance – Adding a web server to your free MySQL compute instance with zero monthly charges

In a previous post, I explained how you can take advantage of Oracle’s “Always Free” Cloud instance to obtain a free Oracle Cloud compute instance (virtual machine) and install a copy of MySQL – without having to pay a setup fee and without incurring any monthly charges. And, you can have two free compute instances per account.

This free Cloud option from Oracle is great. I can think of a lot of ways to utilize a free Oracle Cloud compute instance – but the first one that came to …

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Node.js and MySQL on the Oracle Cloud

Let's explore how to deploy a node.js app with MySQL backend on the Oracle Cloud. I want to cover several aspects:

  • How to deploy and initialize a MySQL instance
  • How to adapt the source code
  • How to deploy the application
  • How to scale the application

There are different ways to configure this. I tested the easiest deployment with MySQL Cloud Service and the Application Container Cloud for the node.js part. All configurations are done via the cloud web GUI. There is also a REST interface available. But let's keep that for later.
If you don't have access to the Oracle Cloud you can get a trial access here.
How to deploy a MySQL instance Once you logged into the Oracle cloud you can create new instances from the dashboard. The following screenshots describe the process.

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MySQL InnoDB Cluster in Oracle Public Cloud: A Tutorial

In this tutorial, we are going to guide you through the entire process of creating a 3 node InnoDB cluster in Oracle Public Cloud (OPC). We will address each of the steps, from the initial configuration and setup of the OPC IaaS resources to the InnoDB cluster creation and setup.…

Oracle MySQL Cloud Service

Since MySQL now can be used on Oracle Cloud, you will be able to experience a more secure, cost-effective and enterprise-level database applications using MySQL.

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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 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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