Nowadays implementing different grades of business continuity for the data layer storage is a common requirement.

When designing architectures that include MySQL as a data layer, we have different options to cover the required target. Nevertheless we still see a lot of confusion when in the need to properly cover concepts such as HighAvailability and Disaster Recovery. Confusion that often leads to improper architecture design and wrong solution implementation. This presentation aims to remove that confusion and provide clear guidelines when in the need to design a robust, flexible resilient architecture for your data layer.

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