Create and run a real-time, highly-available, and high-redundancy version of the world's most popular open-source database, MySQL. You will understand the advantages and disadvantages of the MySQL NDB Cluster solution, and when MySQL NDB Cluster is the right choice.
Pro MySQL NDB Clusterwalks you through the full lifecycle of a MySQL Cluster installation: starting with the installation and initial configuration, moving through online configuration and schema changes, and completing with online upgrades. Along the way, you will learn to monitor your cluster, make decisions about schema design, implement geographic replication, troubleshoot and optimize performance, and much more.
This book covers the many programming APIs that are supported by MySQL NDB Cluster. There's also robust coverage of connecting to MySQL NDB Cluster from Java, SQL, memcached, and even from C++. From any of these languages, you'll be able to connect and store and retrieve data as your applications demand. The book:
- Covers MySQL NDB Cluster concepts and architecture
- Takes you through the MySQL NDB Cluster lifecycle from installation to upgrades
- Guides you through DBA and Developer decisions when working with MySQL NDB Cluster
What You'll Learn
- Understand the shared-nothing architecture behind MySQL NDB Cluster
- Plan, install, and configure a MySQL NDB Cluster environment
- Perform everyday tasks such as backing up, restoring, and upgrading Develop applications from Java, memcached, C++, and SQL
- Troubleshoot and resolve application performance problems
- Master enterprise-level features such the MySQL NDB Cluster Manager
Database administrators and developers who are looking into deploying MySQL NDB Cluster, or who already have a cluster in production and want to increase their knowledge and ability to handle routine administrative tasks and troubleshooting. The book also is for those developers wanting to employ MySQL NDB Cluster as their chosen storage engine from Java, memcached, and C++ applications.
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About the Author
Jesper Wisborg Krogh is a member of the Oracle MySQL Support team and has spoken on several occasions at Oracle OpenWorld. He has a background with a Ph.D. in computational chemistry before changing to work with MySQL and other software development in 2006. Jesper lives in Sydney, Australia and enjoys spending time outdoors walking, traveling, and reading. His areas of expertise include MySQL Cluster, MySQL Enterprise Backup, and the Performance and sys schemas. He is an active author in the Oracle Knowledge Base, and regularly blogs on MySQL topics.
Mikiya Okunois a member of the Oracle MySQL Support team based in Japan, and has written four database related books in Japanese. He joined the MySQL support team in 2007 when MySQL AB was an independent company. Before joining MySQL, he worked at Sun Microsystems (which acquired MySQL AB, then was acquired by Oracle) as a technical support engineer. He brings over 16 years of technical support experience in the computer industry. Mikiya is a self-confessed computer geek, and loves Gentoo Linux OS and ErgoDox keyboard for his desktop. Emacs is his preference.
Table of Contents
I: The Basics
1. Architecture and Core Concepts
2. The Data Nodes
II: Installation and Configuration
3. System Planning
III: Daily Tasks and Maintenance
7. The NDB Management Client and Other NDB Utilities
8. Backups and Restores
9. Table Maintenance
11. Upgrades and Downgrades
12. Security Considerations
13. MySQL Cluster Manager
IV: Monitoring and Troubleshooting
14. Monitoring Solutions and the Operating System
15. Sources for Monitoring Data
16. Monitoring MySQL NDB Cluster
17. Typical Troubles and Solutions
V: Development and Performance Tuning
18. Developing Applications Using SQL with MySQL NDB Cluster
19. MySQL NDB Cluster as NoSQL Database
20. MySQL NDB Cluster and Application Performance Tuning