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How to build a stable MySQL Replication environment

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While straight-forward to deploy, a production-ready and hence stable MySQL Replication setup requires a bit of planning and preparation. What does a solid replication configuration look like? What do you do when a topology is broken, and replication will not restart? How do you ensure performance? Or perform schema changes?

If you'd like to learn how to build a stable environment with MySQL replication, this webinar is for you. From OS and DB configuration checklists to schema changes and disaster recovery, you’ll have the information needed.

Join us next Tuesday as Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, shares his top 9 tips on how to best build a production-ready MySQL Replication environment.

Top 9 Tips for building a stable MySQL Replication environment

Tuesday, December 6th

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We look forward to “seeing” you there!

Agenda

  1. Sanity checks before migrating into MySQL replication setup
  2. Operating system configuration
  3. Replication
  4. Backup
  5. Provisioning
  6. Performance
  7. Schema changes
  8. Reporting
  9. Disaster recovery

Speaker

Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, is a MySQL DBA with experience managing complex database environments for companies like Zendesk, Chegg, Pinterest and Flipboard.

 

 

 

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