MySQL Replication is a very common topology, widely used in
People use it, among others, for High Availability, Read Scalability or Geographic Redundancy.
Another use case is to use MySQL Replication to seamlessly
integrate a newer version of the server in your
Let’s say you are running MySQL 5.7 then you can easily setup a 8.0 instance as a replica of your 5.7.
Extending this idea it is also possible to replicate your MySQL 5.7 (or 8.0 obviously) to a MySQL Database Service instance, the true MySQL PaaS on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
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