The primary requirements for OpenStack based clouds (public, private or hybrid) is that they must be massively scalable, highly available and so on. MySQL is the basis for many of these OpenStack deployments since critical components like Keystone and Nova depend on it.
Attend this session for a technical overview of how to make MySQL highly available, using either the a) MySQL/Galera or b) DBRD/Pacemaker and c) MySQL cluster with HAProxy, keepalived and VRRP approaches. The presentation compares and contrasts the approaches and discusses some best practices and recommendations.
After attending this session, attendees will have a good perspective on making MySQL highly available for their OpenStack implemenations.
Solutions Architect, Rackspace
I am passionate about anything distributed. I believe in "lean and clean" architecture and I hope that OpenStack can stay true to it's design concepts and continue to work with different databases, queuing systems and the like.
Lead Solutions Architect
Jacob is a lead solutions architect for the Rackspace private cloud. Having been at Rackspace well over five years, Jacob enjoys the technical challenges, working with brilliant people and helping customers.
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