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MySQL HA/DR/Geo-Scale - High Noon #5: Oracle's InnoDB Cluster


Oracle’s InnoDB Cluster vs. Continuent Tungsten Clusters for MySQL

Building a Geo-Distributed, Multi-Region and Highly Available MySQL Cloud Back-End

This is the fifth of our High Noon series covering MySQL clustering solutions for high availability (HA), disaster recovery (DR), and geographic distribution.

InnoDB Cluster uses MySQL’s group replication to handle the replication. It’s also known as semi-synchronous replication. Learn about this and more in this webinar!

You may use Tungsten Clustering with native MySQL, MariaDB or Percona Server for MySQL in GCP, AWS, Azure, and/or on-premises data centers for better technological capabilities, control, and flexibility. But learn about the pros and cons!


  • Goals for the High Noon Webinar Series
  • High Noon Series: Tungsten Clustering vs Others
  • Oracle InnoDB Cluster
    • Key Characteristics
    • Certification-based Replication
    • InnoDB Cluster Multi-Site Requirements
    • Limitations Using InnoDB Cluster
  • How to do better MySQL HA / DR / Geo-Distribution?
  • InnoDB Cluster vs Tungsten Clustering
  • About Continuent & Its Solutions


Matthew Lang
Customer Success Director – Americas, Continuent

Matthew has over 25 years of experience in database administration, database programming, and system architecture, including the creation of a database replication product that is still in use today. He has designed highly available, scaleable systems that have allowed startups to quickly become enterprise organizations, utilizing a variety of technologies including open source projects, virtualization and cloud.

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