Solving Large-Scale Database Administration with Continuent Tungsten

MySQL-based systems are growing into mixed environments that include MySQL along with other SQL and NoSQL databases connected by complex replication topologies that span multiple sites. Administering such environments has become a time-consuming and almost impossible task. This talk covers how Continuent Tungsten handles these problems and reduces the stress on overloaded DBAs.

We cover:

  • Handling failures of a single server as well as whole data centers
  • Backups and recovery
  • Deploying extra nodes and clusters
  • Replicating between MySQL and Oracle
  • Publishing data from MySQL into MongoDB and Vertica
  • Creating reporting aggregation servers using fan-in
  • Building active-active sites using flexible multi-master
  • Deploying in the cloud
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Schedule info

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Bryant Park

Schedule Info

2 October 10:30 - 11:20 @
Bryant Park

Speakers

Neil Armitage's picture
Continuent Tungsten Deployment and Support Engineer, Continuent

Neil has over 20 years of experience in developing applications and managing database servers. He joined Continuent in 2012 after working with a Tungsten replication-based solution at TradingScreen. Neil started his career as a mainframe DBA using IBM DB2. Since that time he has worked on various large scale Oracle and MySQL installations in both the banking and online gaming industries.

Robert Hodges's picture
CEO, Continuent

Robert has over 30 years of experience in database and application engineering. Prior to Continuent, he worked on object-relational databases and transaction processing at Sybase. He also held senior engineering positions at Portera and Exigen Group, where he designed and operated software-as-a-service applications. Robert is the original designer of Continuent's Tungsten solution.

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