ProxySQL, the high performance, high availability, protocol-aware proxy for MySQL is now GA in version 2.0.
This version introduces several new features, like causal reads using GTID, better support for AWS Aurora, native support for Galera Cluster, LDAP authentication and SSL for client connections.
This session provides an overview of the most important new features.
René founded ProxySQL in 2016 after developing it since 2013. He has over 15 years of experience as Database Administrator mostly on MySQL, working as Senior MySQL Support Engineer at Sun/Oracle, Senior Operational DBA at Blackbird, and consulting for small and large companies like Dropbox. In this period he build an analytic and problem solving mindset, he is always eager to take on new challenges, especially if they are related to high performance.
Maximizing Scalability, Availability, and Performance with ProxySQL as a MySQL DBA & ProxySQL developer. Activities include operational DBA tasks, automated configuration management automation, scripting, ProxySQL development and maintaining the CI/CD ProxySQL build environment. Over the last 15 years my focus has been on open source software implementation and integration at various companies around the world... in addition to drinking colossal quantities of coffee. Yes, I take my coffee very, very seriously.