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Introducing InnoDB Cluster: Learning the MySQL High Availability Stack by Charles Bell

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© Charles Bell 2018
Charles BellIntroducing InnoDB Clusterhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3885-1_1

1. Introduction to High Availability

Charles Bell1 
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Warsaw, Virginia, USA
 

Database administrators and systems architects who manage infrastructures understand the need for building in redundancy while keeping maintenance chores to a minimum. One of the tools used to achieve this is a class of features that make the server or service available as much as possible. We call this high availability.

High availability is not only a key factor in establishing robust, always ready infrastructures, but also a quality of robust, enterprise-grade database systems. Oracle has continued to develop and improve the high-availability features in MySQL. Indeed, ...

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