Replication changes in MariaDB

Replication and High Availability Strategies
23 April 4:50pm - 5:40pm @ Ballroom D

There has been lots of work going into MariaDB replication. In fact, group commit in the binary log first made it to MariaDB before it made it to any other variant of the MySQL server.

Learn about new features including:
* multi-source replication
* selectively skipping replication of binary log events
* binlog event checksums
* row based replication with no primary key
* dynamic replication variables
* future plans

Come learn about the work being done in the community at large and how this helps MariaDB and MySQL push forward.


Monty Widenius
CTO, MariaDB Foundation
Monty has worked on the MySQL/MariaDB codebase since 1981. At least 60% of the MySQL code is still his. He is a MySQL Fellow and is the founder and CEO of Monty Program Ab and the creator of MariaDB.
Sergei Golubchik
Board Member, MariaDB Foundation
Sergei was a MySQL developer since 1998. From 1999 to 2009 in MySQL AB, Sun, then in Monty Program AB and SkySQL/MariaDB Corporation on MariaDB. During these years he has touched almost every part of the server. To list a few projects – fulltext search, XA, HANDLER, precision math library, parallel repair and bulk inserts in MyISAM, indexes in MERGE, pluggable authentication, password validation, encryption. Sergei is a primary architect of the plugin API and an author of the “MySQL 5.1 Plugin Development” book. Sergei was the MySQL Security Coordinator during all his time in MySQL AB and Sun Microsystems, and now is doing the same in MariaDB.