In the first part of this short series, we went through the build of a full Clusterset architecture, which included 2 full clusters (3 members each) and an additional cluster with one member, which can serve different purposes. With the MySQL ClusterSet, there are new capabilities with the router instances. These features enable valuable options for users of… Read More »
InnoDB Cluster has been around for what feels like a long time. It is the core platform for MySQL High Availability. InnoDB Cluster NOW extends that core feature into a platform that also enables DR support where multiple Disaster Recovery Regions are capable.
MySQL Server 8.0 has introduced numerous advancements in an ongoing, release by release basis. This includes features such as Multi-Value Indexes, Provisioning InnoDB Cluster 8.0 members using CLONE, among other things in 8.0.17 …. as well other MySQL enhancements such as the addition of InnoDB ReplicaSets, bootstrapping mysql-router using --account to re-use a current MySQL User for Router… Read More »
In MySQL 8.0.17 there have been a lot of updates to the MySQL set of offerings. We’ve introduced Cloning into InnoDB Cluster 8.0.17, advances with the MySQL-Router in 8.0.17 and MySQL continues to expand its collection of automation managed features. When Group Replication was first introduced in MySQL 5.7.17, there was considerably less to manage right away compared… Read More »