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MySQL High Availability

  • Price £1,533.00
  • Duration 3 day(s)
All major credit cards accepted

Description

This course is designed for experienced database administrators and system architects that want to analyze and form a basis of understanding different high availability options, including clustering and replication solutions within MySQL[tm]. This course will provide the tools required to make the decision of what high availability solution is appropriate and how to implement a system with the correct design.

Prerequisites

•Should have attended the MySQL for DBAs course or have similar knowledge
•MySQL for Database Administrators (SQL4502)

Skills

•Describe the implementation of MySQL replication
•Setup a basic master-slave replication environment
•Set up a master-master and circular replication system
•Monitor a MySQL replication setup
•Use MySQL replication for advanced tasks such as software upgrades to increase availability
•Analyze the design and limitations of MySQL cluster
•Setup a basic MySQL cluster instance
•Analyze how it is possible to setup MySQL with a shared-disk cluster solution
•Understand different shared-disk cluster setups depending upon operating system choices, such as LVM, Windows Cluster Agent, Veritas Cluster Agent, etc
•Understand the differences with third-party clustering solutions, such as DRBD or m/cluster
•Explore the impact of different backup solutions on highly available solutions
•Identify the effects of different maintenance tasks and how to maintain high availability while performing these operations
•Describe the future development path of the different solutions
•Develop a plan to implement the appropriate high availability solution
•Analyze the performance impact of a high availability decision
•Recognize the business decision side of the solutions, such as cost and risk

Course Content

Introduction

•MySQL Overview
•MySQL Products and Services
•Community Vs. Enterprise
•Supported Operating Systems
•MySQL Certification Program and Training Curriculum Paths
•MySQL Website
•Installing MySQL
•Installing the world database
 

Introduction to MySQL High Availability

•What is HA?
•Terminology Overview
•Third Party Software
•Heartbeat
 

MySQL Replication

•Basic Architecture
•Binary Logging
•Replication threads and files
•Setting up MySQL Replication
•Monitoring MySQL Replication
•Advantages and Disadvantages of MySQL Replication
•Advanced Replication Topologies
•Replication Optimization
 

MySQL Cluster

•Architecture
•Setup of MySQL Cluster
•Managing the Cluster
•Cluster Asynchronous Replication
•Cluster Pros and Cons
 

Shared Disk Clustering

•Shared Disk Clustering
•Active-Passive Setups
•Active-Active Clustering
•Usage Cases
 

Other Clustering

•Product architecture of Continuent Uni/Cluster?
•Distributed Replicated Block Device (DRBD)
•DRDB and Heartbeat
•Other DRBD Benefits
•Additional Resources
 

System Maintenance Impacts

•Introduction
•Backups
•Table Reorganization
•Schema Alterations
•Index Optimizations
•Conclusions

HA Conclusions

•Overview of Availability Tools
•Combinations
 

Conclusion

•Course Overview
•MySQL System Overview
•Training and Certification Website
•Course Evaluation

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