Proxies are building blocks of HA setups for MySQL & MariaDB. They can detect failed nodes and route queries to hosts which are still available. If your master failed and you had to promote one of your slaves, proxies will detect such topology changes and route your traffic accordingly. More advanced proxies can do much more: route traffic based on precise query rules, cache queries or mirror them. They can be even used to implement different types of sharding.
In this joint webinar with ProxySQL’s creator, René Cannaò, we discuss this new proxy and its key features. We show you how you can deploy ProxySQL using ClusterControl. And we give you an early walk-through of some of the exciting ClusterControl features for ProxySQL that we have planned for its next release.
Content of the webinar
- ProxySQL concepts (René Cannaò)Hostgroups
- Query rules
- Connection multiplexing
- Configuration management
- Demo of ProxySQL setup in ClusterControl (Krzysztof Książek)
- Upcoming ClusterControl features for ProxySQL