MySQL Replication, in addition to bringing high-availability, is the foundation to build high-performance MySQL database systems. Using read scale-out and sharding one can design systems that go from the capacity of a single server to supporting the largest internet sites. But to design and operate high-performance, efficient, manageable and reliable deployments requires knowing the intricacies of the underlying technologies.
This session will provide insights on the main factors that affect the performance of Asynchronous Replication and Group Replication, and how to configure them to make the most out of the underlying computing system. It will also show the latest developments in MySQL 5.7 and 8.0, in areas spanning from group communication to the multi-threaded slave applier, and how effective they are in helping meet the performance requirements in terms of throughput, latency and durability to support the most demanding workload types.
Vitor Oliveira is a Senior Performance Engineer part of the MySQL team at Oracle, working with Replication and other components. He has a background in high-performance computing systems, application profiling and optimization.