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MySQL Replication: All the Severalnines Resources

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As many of you will know, MySQL Replication has become an instrumental part of scale-out architectures in LAMP environments. MySQL offers plenty of solutions when there is a need to scale out, the most common being to add read replicas. The major bottleneck for our data is generally not so much oriented around writing our data but more around reading it back. Therefore the easiest way to scale MySQL is to add replicas for reading.

We’ve produced a number of resources during the course of this year aimed at helping users to get started with MySQL Replication and/or get more out of their existing setups.

We’ve summarised these resources here in a handy overview, so that you can pick and chose the ones that might be the most relevant to you.

Do check them out and let us know your feedback!

The White Papers

The MySQL© Replication Blueprint by Severalnines

This is a great resource for anyone wanting to build or optimise a MySQL replication set up. The MySQL Replication Blueprint is about having a complete ops-ready solution from end to end. From monitoring, management and through to load balancing, all important aspects are covered.

Download the whitepaper

MySQL Replication for High Availability

This whitepaper covers MySQL Replication with information on the latest features introduced in 5.6 and 5.7. There is also a hands-on, practical section on how to quickly deploy and manage a replication setup using ClusterControl.

Download the whitepaper

The On-Demand Webinars

Introducing the Severalnines MySQL© Replication Blueprint

The Severalnines Blueprint for MySQL Replication includes all aspects of a MySQL Replication topology with the ins and outs of deployment, setting up replication, monitoring, upgrades, performing backups and managing high availability using proxies as ProxySQL, MaxScale and HAProxy. This webinar provides an in-depth walk-through of this blueprint and explains how to make best use of it.

Watch the replay!

Managing MySQL Replication for High Availability

This webinar covers deployment and management of MySQL replication topologies using ClusterControl. We show you how to schedule backups, promote slaves and what the most important metrics are worth keeping a close eye on. We also demonstrate how you can deal with schema and topology changes and how to solve the most common replication issues.

Watch the replay!

Become a MySQL DBA: Schema Changes for MySQL Replication & Galera Cluster

Find out how to implement schema changes in the least impacting way to your operations and ensure availability of your database. This webinar also covers some real-life examples and discusses how to handle them.

Watch the replay!

Become a MySQL DBA: Replication Topology Changes for MySQL and MariaDB

Discover how to perform replication topology changes in MySQL / MariaDB, and what the failover process may look like. This webinar also discusses some external tools you may find useful when dealing with these operations.

Watch the replay!

We trust that these resources prove useful!

Happy replicating!

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