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Webinar Thursday, March 22, 2018: Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.7 with ProxySQL for Your MySQL High Availability and Clustering Needs

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MySQL high availabilityPlease join Percona’s Ramesh Sivaraman (QA Engineer) and Krunal Bauskar (Software Engineer, Percona XtraDB Cluster Lead) as they present Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.7 with ProxySQL for Your MySQL High Availability and Clustering Needs on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 8:30 am PDT (UTC-7) / 11:30 am EDT (UTC-4).

Percona has developed Percona XtraDB Cluster (based on Galera Cluster) and integrated it with ProxySQL to address MySQL high availability and clustering. These two products working together provide a great out-of-the-box synchronous replication setup.

In this webinar, we’ll look at why this is a great solution, and what types of deployments you should consider using it in.

Register for the webinar now.

MySQL High AvailabilityKrunal is Percona XtraDB Cluster lead at Percona. He is responsible for day-to-day Percona XtraDB Cluster development, what goes into Percona XtraDB Cluster, bug fixes, releases, etc. Before joining Percona, he worked as part of InnoDB team at MySQL/Oracle. He authored most of the temporary table revamp work, undo log truncate, atomic truncate and a lot of other features. In the past, he was associated with Yahoo! Labs researching big data problems, and a database startup that is now part of Teradata. His interests mainly include data-management at any scale and he has been practicing it for more than decade.

MySQL High AvailabilityRamesh joined the Percona QA Team in March 2014. Prior to joining Percona, he provided MySQL database support to various service- and product-based Internet companies. Ramesh’s professional interests include writing shell/Perl scripts to automate routine tasks, and new technology. Ramesh lives in Kerala, the southern part of India, close to his family.

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Krunal Bauskar

Krunal is PXC lead at Percona. He is responsible for day-day PXC development, what goes into PXC, bug fixes, releases, etc.. Before joining Percona he use to work as part of InnoDB team at MySQL/Oracle. He authored most of the temporary table revamp work, undo log truncate, atomic truncate and lot of other features. In past he was associated with Yahoo! Labs researching on bigdata problems and database startup which is now part of Teradata. His interest mainly includes data-management at any scale and has been practicing it for more than decade now.

Ramesh Sivaraman

Ramesh joined the Percona QA Team in March 2014. Prior to joining Percona, he was giving MySQL database support to various service and product based internet companies. Ramesh's professional interests include writing shell/perl script to automate routine tasks and new technology. Ramesh lives in Kerala, the southern part of India, close to his family.

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