Author - Alkin Tezuysal

Setup and Deploy Vitess on Kubernetes (Minikube) for MySQL – Part III of III

vitess kubernetes mysql pt3

In this blog post, we will continue to explore Vitess and test an example database provided in its repository. This is Part III of the previously discussed installation of Vitess on minikube environment, so please make sure to follow those steps to bring the cluster up to the following level.  

Shell

$ kubectl get pods,jobs
NAME […]

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Setup and Deploy Vitess on Kubernetes (Minikube) for MySQL – Part II of III

vitess kubernetes mysql

In this blog post, I’d like to share some experiences in setting up a Vitess environment for local tests and development on OSX/macOS. As previously, I have presented How To Test and Deploy Kubernetes Operator for MySQL(PXC) in OSX/macOS, this time I will be showing how to Run Vitess on Kubernetes.
Since running Kubernetes […]

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Introduction to Vitess on Kubernetes for MySQL – Part I of III

Vitess on Kubernetes for MySQL 1

In this blog post series, we will discuss an overview of Vitess technology. Vitess is a database clustering solution for horizontal scaling of data sets currently suitable to 250Gb – 300Gb in sizes*. It’s a proven technology used by several web-scale companies including YouTube. PlanetScale is the company behind developing and supporting this open-sourced […]

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Multiplexing (Mux) in ProxySQL: Use Case

Multiplexing (Mux) in ProxySQL

Multiplexing Background
Historically it’s a technique used in networking to integrate multiple analog and digital signals via a shared medium. The goal of multiplexing over the network was to enable signals to be transmitted more efficiently for a given communication channel, thus achieving cost efficiency. 
Since the term Multiplexing comes from telecommunications, the industry has heavily […]

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The MySQL Track (and More) at Percona Live 2019

Percona Live 2019

This year we’re having a different concept for Percona Live conferences, which started at Percona Live Europe 2018 last fall. This is an approach practiced by many other organizations by having separate track for MySQL®, MongoDB®, MariaDB®, or PostgreSQL and more.
Having many tracks in this big Open Source Database Conference meant that one track […]

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