Our webinars aim to provide useful information for MySQL users and Continuent customers and discuss topics focussed on achieving continuous operations for business-critical MySQL applications.
Do-it-Yourself (DIY) vs. Continuent Tungsten Clusters
Building a Geo-Scale, Multi-Region and Highly Available MySQL Cloud Back-End
This is the sixth of our “High Noon” Clustering Solutions Comparison series. It’s an interview with Matt Lang, Customer Success Director of the Americas - focused on Do-it-Yourself (DIY) High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), and geo-distribution for MySQL and MariaDB.
Do-it-Yourself (DIY) for MySQL uses an assortment of tools such as ProxySQL and Orchestrator to provide high availability for MySQL. In case you missed the previous related blog on this subject, check this out: Ten Reasons Tungsten Cluster Beats DIY
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.
When should you choose DIY over Tungsten Clustering? View the webinar to learn more!