September 20, 2014

High Availability Deep Dive tutorial at PLMCE

(a slightly modify rebroadcast of Florian’s post)

If you are interested by High availability solution with MySQL, Florian Haas from and myself myself will be co-presenting next Tuesday a tutorial on the topic. It is never too late to register!

For the ones who are already registered, here’s advance information which you will find useful.

As our tutorial is going to be highly interactive, every attendee will have the opportunity to follow along with Florian and me as we walk you through several deployment scenarios for Pacemaker MySQL high availability. We’re coming with pre-installed virtual machine images for you to use.

Florian took care of the Libvirt/KVM (or Libvirt/Qemu) and VMware images for you while I has prepared virtual appliances for VirtualBox. The download links are here:

VirtualBox virtual appliances (tarball): http://ubuntuone.com/01mJtfGDc2QbxB9eaOqcWc
Libvirt and VMware images and configuration files (bzipped tarball): http://ubuntuone.com/3nikxumH483slq8rfP73iZ
If one of those links produces a 404 for you, then that means it isn’t fully synced yet, and you should just come back in an our or two. Those images are literally hot off the presses and just uploading.

Don’t worry about actually setting them up just yet; you’ll have time to do so at the start of the tutorial. Those of you who download ahead of time – it would be a wonderful move if you could copy your downloads onto a USB thumbdrive and share with co-attendees.

Our tutorial starts on Tuesday at 9:30 in Ballroom H; if you show up early then that will be no problem. At least one of us should be there by 8:45 at the latest. See you there!

About Yves Trudeau

Yves is a Principal Consultant at Percona, specializing in technologies such as MySQL Cluster, Pacemaker and DRBD. He was previously a senior consultant for MySQL and Sun Microsystems. He holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Physics.

Comments

  1. Mitch Anderson says:

    Wondering if its possible to still get a copy of those VM images for libvirt/KVM?

    Since Ubuntuone is no more…

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