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MySQL on Docker: Composing the Stack

Docker 1.13 introduces a long-awaited feature called Compose-file support. Compose-file defines everything about an application - services, databases, volumes, networks, and dependencies can all be defined in one place.  In this blog, we’ll show you how to use Compose-file to simplify the Docker deployment of MySQL containers.

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How to deploy and manage MySQL multi-master replication setups with ClusterControl 1.4

MySQL replication, while simple and popular, may come in different shapes and flavors. Master slave or master master topologies can be configured to suit your environment.  ClusterControl 1.4 brings a list of enhancements to deploy and manage different types of MySQL replication setups. This blog outlines the different topologies that can be deployed, the merits of each topology, and shows how each can be managed in a live environment.

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Automatic failover of MySQL Replication - New in ClusterControl 1.4

MySQL replication setups are inevitably related to failovers - what do you do when your master fails and your applications are not able to write to the database anymore? Automated failover is required if you need to quickly recover an environment to keep your database up 24x7. This blog post discusses this new replication feature recently introduced in ClusterControl 1.4.

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Automating MySQL Replication with ClusterControl 1.4.0 - what’s new

This blog post will go through new replication features in ClusterControl 1.4.0, including enhanced multi-master deployment, managing replication topology changes, automated failover and handling of replication errors.

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Online schema change with gh-ost - throttling and changing configuration at runtime

When performing schema changes online, it is important to be able to control the performance impact on our running databases. This blog post discusses gh-ost’s throttling mechanism. We will also cover the runtime configuration changes that gh-ost allows.

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How to perform online schema changes on MySQL using gh-ost

This blog post shows you how to use GitHub’s gh-ost to perform an online schema change on a MySQL master-slave replication setup.

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Planets9s - 2016’s most popular s9s resources

Planets9s is a weekly communication on all the latest Severalnines resources and technologies around automation and management of open source databases such as MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL & MongoDB.

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How to Perform Efficient Backup for MySQL and MariaDB

There are a number of ways to backup MySQL and MariaDB, each comes with pros and cons. An effective backup strategy will depend on the requirements of the business, the environment you operate in, and the resources at your disposal.

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Planets9s - Online schema change for MySQL & MariaDB, MySQL storage engine & backups … and more

Planets9s is a weekly communication on all the latest Severalnines resources and technologies around automation and management of open source databases such as MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL & MongoDB.

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Online schema change for MySQL & MariaDB - comparing GitHub’s gh-ost vs pt-online-schema-change

Online schema changes are a fact of life for any DBA. While there are tools to assist, for example, Percona’s pt-online-schema-change, it does not come without drawbacks. GitHub released a new online schema change tool called gh-ost. This post looks at how gh-ost compares to pt-online-schema-change, and how it can be used to address some limitations.

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