Monthly Archives - April 2018

Keep Sensitive Data Secure in a Replication Setup

Keep sensitive data secure

This blog post describes how to keep sensitive data secure on slave servers in a MySQL async replication setup.
Almost every web application has a sensitive data: passwords, SNN, credit cards, emails, etc. Splitting the database to secure and “public” parts allows for restricting user and application parts access to sensitive data.
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This Week In Data with Colin Charles 37: Percona Live 2018 Wrap Up

Colin Charles

Join Percona Chief Evangelist Colin Charles as he covers happenings, gives pointers and provides musings on the open source database community.
Percona Live Santa Clara 2018 is now over! All things considered, I think it went off quite well; if you have any comments/complaints/etc., please don’t hesitate to drop me a line. I believe a survey […]

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MySQL 8.0 GA: Quality or Not?

MySQL 8.0 GA

What does Anton Ego – a fictional restaurant critic from the Pixar movie Ratatouille – have to do with MySQL 8.0 GA?
When it comes to being a software critic, a lot.
In many ways, the work of a software critic is easy. We risk very little and thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to […]

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The Evolution of the DBA in an “As-A-Service” World

DBA

The requirements for managing and running a database in a modern enterprise have evolved over the past ten years. Those in charge of running enterprise databases have seen their focus shift from ensuring access and availability, to architecture, design and scalability responsibilities. Web-first companies pioneered the change by charging site reliability engineers (SRE’s) or […]

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