12 blog posts in 13 categories
This blog post covers deployment of replication cluster using ClusterControl. It also discusses in-depth a concept of errant transactions, how to detect them and how to fix issues related to them.
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.
This blog shows you how to make database failure and failover transparent to your applications, by using HAProxy or MaxScale.
Once we’ve tested that our application works with MySQL 5.7, what is the best way to introduce 5.7 in our live environment? How can we minimize risks? What tools can help facilitate the process?
This post is an addendum on the MariaDB Replication Manager covering the new improved features
An overview of ProxySQL in a MySQL replication environment, and how ProxySQL adds features like failover and query control to the setup.
This post describes how you can implement automated failover with MariaDB using Maxscale and MHA and compares the two with each other.
This post describes how you can implement automated failover with MariaDB using Maxscale and MariaDB Replication Manager.
This post describes how you can implement automated failover with MariaDB MHA.
Whether you use unbreakable private datacenters or public cloud platforms, Disaster Recovery (DR) is indeed a key issue. This is not about copying your data to a backup site and being able to restore it, this is about business continuity and how fast you can recover services when disaster strikes.