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Terraform on OCI – Provisioning MySQL for InnoDB Cluster Setups

In my prior blog post on Terraform, I demonstrated building the dependent infrastructure that MySQL implementations need.  Building MySQL isn’t much different, but does identify a need for a Webserver to provide configuration files for Terraform to execute on as was done in my prior MySQL on OCI post, and a Yum Repo Webserver to… Read More »

Terraform on OCI – Building MySQL On Compute – initial setups

I have written previous blog posts about Oracle Cloud OCI and this series continues. My post titled with Iaas Getting Started was to get us acquainted with important security-focused items like Compartments and network Services like NAT and Internet-Gateways. Then I posted about building MySQL on Compute with Scripting using a mix of OCI Web console navigation… Read More »

Managing GitHub with Terraform

If a service can be managed with API most probably you will find it in an impressive list of Terraform providers. Yes, GitHub is there, too. TwinDB hosts software in GitHub, it felt wrong I don’t manage it with Terraform yet, so I decided to give it a go. Prerequisites Directory layout I keep all […]

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Webinar Thursday Aug 9: Migrating to AWS Aurora, Monitoring AWS Aurora with PMM

Please join Autodesk’s Senior Database Engineer, Vineet Khanna, and Percona’s Sr. MySQL DBA, Tate McDaniel as they present Migrating to Aurora and Monitoring with PMM on Thursday, August 9th, 2018, at 10:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) / 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4).

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) Aurora is one of the most popular cloud-based RDBMS solutions. The main reason for Aurora’s success is because it’s based on InnoDB storage engine.

In this session, we will talk about how you can efficiently plan for migration to Aurora using Terraform and Percona products and solutions. We will share our Terraform code for launching AWS Aurora clusters, look at tricks for checking data consistency, verify migration paths and effectively monitor the environment using PMM.

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How we manage WordPress website with Terraform, Chef and GitHub

Our website twindb.com is built on WordPress software and has always been. A while ago we decided the website needs a better look. But not only that. Managing our old website was quite laborious and manual process which goes strongly against our culture at TwinDB to do things right. Few weeks ago we migrated to […]

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