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OpenStack: A MySQL DBA Perspective – Sept. 17 webinar

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[This article was written by Yves Trudeau.]

I’ll have the pleasure to present, next Wednesday, September 17 at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) a webinar titled “OpenStack: A MySQL DBA Perspective.” Everyone is invited.

The webinar will be divided into two parts. The first part will cover how MySQL can be used by the OpenStack infrastructure including the expected load, high-availability solutions and geo-DR.

The second part will focus on the use of MySQL within an OpenStack cloud. We’ll look into the various options that are available, the traditional ones and Trove. We’ll also discuss the block device options in regards with MySQL performance and, finally, we’ll review the high-availability implications of running MySQL in an OpenStack cloud.

Register here. I look forward to your questions, and if you have any related to OpenStack that I can help with in advance of the webinar please feel free to post those in the comments section below. I’ll write a followup post after the webinar to recap all related questions and answers. I’ll also provide the slides.

See you next Wednesday!

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