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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_7

7. Example MySQL High Availability Deployment

Charles Bell1 
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Warsaw, Virginia, USA
 

The journey thus far into InnoDB Cluster has been one of discovery and experimentation. To make InnoDB Cluster truly useful and meaningful to your infrastructure, we must deploy it to real machines using real data. Although a walk-through of a live, working production system could be beneficial, that would be jumping too far ahead for those exploring InnoDB Cluster and MySQL high availability for the first time. We can’t go from a simulated environment such as a sandbox to a product deployment. No administrator would do that. We must start from a development deployment ...

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