MySQL 5.6: Redefining Replication
MySQL 5.6 includes the most significant enhancements and updates to MySQL replication ever released. It is a major step forward, in terms of performance, scalability, high availability and agility – whether deployed on premise or in the cloud.
Furthermore, MySQL 5.6 replication leverages DevOps methodologies, providing a compelling feature set coupled with a comprehensive array of tooling. Together they reduce administrative overhead, providing flexibility to support rapidly evolving business requirements.
During this session, the attendee will get to know the new replication features in MySQL 5.6. Several hot topics will be covered, such as: High performance replication (Group Commit, Multi-Threaded Slave), Data and service self-healing (Crash-safe Slaves/Masters), Flexibility/Usability (Global Transaction Identifiers, Annotated RBR), Data Integrity (Event Checksums), and replication related utilities.