Although MySQL Replication is easy to set up and easy to configure, it is nevertheless a very versatile tool that can be used to solve many problems in modern applications.
In this session, the developers behind MySQL Replication will go through the architecture and concepts behind replication, introduce a number of basic replication setups, and in a step-by-step manner describe how to configure replication for the various setups.
After getting an understanding for how to set up basic replication scenarios, we will go through a selection of more advanced uses, such as: setting up row-based replication, writing clients for controlling and monitoring replication, and also an introduction to the basic tools for analyzing replication problems.
In order to allow session participants to test replication and experiment with setting it up, tools to easily configure and set up replication on your local machine will be available before the session. You can install the tools before the session, but it is not necessary for following the tutorial.
Mats Kindahl is lead software developer in the MySQL replication team. He is the main architect and implementor of row-based replication, but has also dabbled in other parts such as the unit testing framework used by MySQL.
In the time before starting at MySQL, he has worked with research in formal methods, automated program analysis, distributed systems, and as implementor of C and C++ compilers.
Dr. Lars Thalmann is the manager and technical lead of the MySQL Replication and Backup team. Before working with backup and replication, Lars worked with clustering technology and is one of the developers of NDB Cluster, the storage engine used in MySQL Cluster.
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