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Multi-Data Center MySQL with Continuent Tungsten: Dec. 11 webinar

 | December 4, 2013 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs, MySQL, Technical Webinars


Multi-Data Center MySQL with Continuent Tungsten: Dec. 11 webinarI’m looking forward to next week’s MySQL webinar with Robert Hodges, CEO of Continuent. We’ll be speaking on the topic “Multi-Data Center MySQL with Continuent Tungsten.”

You’re not alone if you’ve been vexed when trying to assemble multi-master, multi-site MySQL clusters. Whether that was a move from a single database server to a scalable cluster, or from a brittle MySQL replication system to a transparent, manageable database cluster.

We’ve all been there at one point or another in our careers. So learn from our experience. In our joint webinar next week (Dec. 11), Robert and I will address these issues so you’ll be successful faster.

We’ll start by discussing the read-write splitting functionality of the Tungsten Connector and then show you the multi-data center capabilities of Continuent Tungsten. To illustrate things, we’ll set up 9 cluster nodes in 3 different data centers and demonstrate various failure scenarios – all while traffic is running!

We’ll see what happens when:

* One of the nodes goes down
* Two of the nodes go down
* One of the data centers goes down
* Two of the data centers go down

At the end of this webinar you will know how to quickly configure and provision highly optimized Continuent Tungsten deployments in the cloud or on-premise.

Have I piqued your attention? Good. Then join us Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time. You can register here to reserve your spot. We’ll be fielding questions afterward, but I welcome questions in advance here in the comments section. I’ll answer them here but we can also address some of them, time permitting, next Wednesday, too. See you then.

Peter Boros

Peter joined the European consulting team in May 2012. Before joining Percona, among many other things, he worked at Sun Microsystems, specialized there in performance tuning and was a DBA at Hungary's largest social networking site. He also taught many Oracle University MySQL courses. He has been using and working with open source software from early 2000s. Peter's first and foremost professional interest is performance tuning. He currently lives in Budapest, Hungary with his wife and son.

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