Slides for Evaluating MySQL HA Alternatives

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Attached are the slides for my MySQL Connect talk Evaluating MySQL High-availability alternatives, which I will present today at 14:30 at the MySQL Connect conference.

A bit unusually I'm posting the material ahead of the talk. The point of the talk is about evaluating each alternative from your own perspective. With that in mind, if you're at the talk with your own laptop, feel free to browse the slides at your own pace from here.

Also attached is a spreadsheet both in LibreOffice and Microsoft formats. You can use this to give your subjective prioritization to various features, and the spreadsheet will give a recommendation on replication and failover alternatives. (You could of course also extend the spreadsheet with more features, like heterogeneous replication or maturity of each product, which I have not personally considered.)

Evaluating HA alternatives MySQL - MySQL Connect 2012.odp524 KB
Evaluating HA alternatives MySQL - MySQL Connect 2012.pdf608.63 KB
Evaluating HA alternatives MySQL tutorial.ods39.09 KB
Evaluating HA alternatives MySQL tutorial.xls88.5 KB

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