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Wednesday, 21 September 2011

MySQL Clustering

For MySql clustering a few useful articles about providing high availability are below

MySQLCluster 7.1

Information on MySQL Cluster and MySQL Replication blog

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1.2 – creating a Cluster is now trivial

MySQL Cluster 7.1 Cheat Sheet

MySQL Cluster 7.2: NoSQL, Key/Value, Memcached
This provides a new option for multi-site clustering.
MySQL Cluster 7.2.1 is integrated with MySQL Server 5.5. You have all the benefits of an ACID RDBMS, combined with the performance capabilities of Key/Value store.This allows schema-less data storage.
Oracle University Free Summer learning on MySQL Part I

Oracle University Free Summer learning on MySQL Part II

ScaleBase shatters MySQL for scalability
The article explains "it is a proxy server that sits in front of the actual database and in this case, the tool breaks a monolithic relational database into chunks and spreads it out across multiple physical servers. "

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