Tag: asynchronous replication

MySQL Replication Options and their Challenges

Previously we discussed replication for MySQL systems.  In this post we will discuss various MySQL replication options. For MySQL, replication is the primary go-to strategy for high availability (HA) and, to some extent, scale. By providing additional copies of the primary database, a MySQL system using replication can withstand the loss […]

Does ClustrixDB use MySQL Replication Between its Nodes?

Here’s a common question we get asked at tradeshows, on customer calls, by analysts, and by our fellow devs and DBAs in the industry. Since this has come up a lot, let’s answer it in detail! TL;DR: ClustrixDB does not use MySQL Replication between nodes ClustrixDB is a true shared-nothing […]

Differentiating “Real-Time” Analytics

Real-Time Analytics You’ve probably heard some buzz lately around the term “real-time analytics,” perhaps even seen some impressive benchmark numbers. In this article I’ll explain what these systems offer and why these benchmarks don’t necessarily translate to real-world use. Real-Time Analytics Benchmarks: Are They Real? As a result of the […]