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10 Jan 2017 What MySQL 8.0.1 means to you as a Developer [59686]
By Gabriela D'Avila, January 10th, 2017

Gabriela blogs, "Oracle released the development version of MySQL 8.0.0-dmr on September 12th of 2016. Since then, the team have been working on the 8.0.1 development milestone. You can find the partial change list here.

The objective here is try to explain how this will have any real world impact for you from 8.0.1. Please remember though, that any changes made to this version will not be final until the General Availability (date not currently set).

These topics are aimed at the Software Engineering side and not DBA and this is why Replication, for instance, is not covered here..."
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12 Dec 2016 Disaster Recovery Testing: Technology Systems To Test DR [58918]
ComputerWeekly, December 12th, 2016

"In this concluding part of a two-part series, Computer Weekly looks at ways of testing disaster recovery plans, with methods including array-based replication and hypervisor-based approaches..

In this concluding part of a two-part series, Computer Weekly looks at ways of testing disaster recovery (DR). In the first article, we discussed the need for disaster recovery and for developing a strategy to test the backup process..."
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08 Dec 2016 Orchestrator at GitHub [58848]
By Shlomi Noach, December 8th, 2016

Shlomi Noach blogs, "GitHub uses MySQL to store its metadata: Issues, Pull Requests, comments, organizations, notifications and so forth. While git repository data does not need MySQL to exist and persist, GitHub's service does. Authentication, API, and the website itself all require the availability of our MySQL fleet.

Our replication topologies span multiple data centers and this poses a challenge not only for availability but also for manageability and operations..."
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25 Nov 2016 MySQL multi-instance Group Replication on systemd [58448]
Select All From MySQL, November 25th, 2016

Andrew Grimo writes, "In this blog post, I'd like to take a look at a few different things such as MySQL Group Replication, multi-instance MySQL setups on systemd and shell scripting the whole mess to make it easy to build, and easy to rebuild. To be honest, it took a little help from Shinguz's blog to get the systemd setup going. Now that I get it, its really simple and way better than mysqld_multi. Another reference for systemd integration from the mysqlserverteam can be found here..."
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22 Nov 2016 Top 9 Tips for building a production-ready MySQL Replication environment (Webinar, Dec 9th) [58453]
By Severalnines, November 22nd 2016

Krzysztof blogs, "Join us on Tuesday, December 6th, for our last webinar of the year. Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, will be sharing his top 9 tips on how to best build a production-ready MySQL Replication environment.

MySQL replication is a well known and proven solution for building distributed setups of databases, and it has gone through a total transformation with version 5.6 and more recently, 5.7. Although straight-forward to deploy, a production-ready setup requires a bit of planning and preparation. What does a good replication configuration look like? How do you ensure performance? What do you do when a topology is broken, and replication will not restart? How to perform schema changes?..."
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