For this next blog in our Continuent MySQL Use Case series, we’re
diving into a sub-series on the topic of ‘multi-master MySQL’.
We’ll cover three (3) multi-master MySQL use cases as part of
this sub-series focusing first on e-commerce to start with, and
then following up with use cases from financial services and
Multi-master replication for MySQL typically means that a user
can write to any master node knowing that the write will be
eventually consistent for all nodes in the cluster; unlike
regular MySQL replication, where writes have to be applied to the
sole master to ensure that it will be synched to all the slaves.
The First Multi-master Customer
The first Continuent multi-master customer is a leading fashion
e-commerce company with sites servicing customers across the
More specifically, it has four multi-brand online stores and
several online flagship stores …[Read more]