Professional MySQL Administration: Mastering Replication, Clustering and High Availability
(MYSQLCL, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)

Dates and Pricing

Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$3,000/person Feb 6 to Feb 9, 2018$3,000/person Mar 6 to Mar 9, 2018$3,000/person


MYSQL High Availability Overview
The Need for High Availability
Overview of MySQL Enterprise Features
MySQL Replication
MySQL Cluster
MySQL High Availability Components
MySQL Replication
Managing the MySQL Binary Log
MySQL Replication Threads and Files
MySQL Replication Environment Setup
Designing Replication Topologies
Multi-Master and Circular Replication
Performing a Controlled Switchover
Monitoring and Troubleshooting MySQL Replication
Replication with Global Transaction Identifiers (GTIDs)
Installing MySQL Cluster
Hardware, Software, and Network Requirements
Choosing and Installing Cluster Distributions
Installing and Configuring Cluster Nodes
MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer
Starting a Cluster with a Basic Configuration
Upgrading a Cluster
MySQL Cluster Architecture
The NDB storage engine
Clustered tables
SQL and NoSQL API nodes
Data Nodes and Node Groups
Partitions and Replicas
Checkpoints and the Redo Log
Redundancy and Resilience
Designing a MySQL Cluster
Design Guidelines
Sizing Memory Usage
In-Memory and Disk Data Storage
Configuring Disk Data Storage
Designing Clusters for Scale and High Availability
Cluster Configuration Examples
Configuring MySQL Cluster
MySQL Cluster Configuration Files
Basic Configuration Options: NodeId and HostName
Management Node Configuration
Data Node Configuration
Configuring Multi-Threaded Data Nodes
Cluster Program Startup Options
Viewing Cluster Configuration Information
Maintaining a MySQL Cluster
Modifying Table Structure
Working with Command-Line Tools
About the Single-User Mode
Backing Up a Cluster
Restoring a Cluster from Backup
MySQL Cluster Manager
Installing MySQL Cluster Manager Agent and Clients
Sites, Clusters, Hosts, Processes, Packages, and Configuration Attributes
Creating Managed Clusters
Importing a Configuration from an Unmanaged Cluster
Accessing Cluster Information
Site and Cluster Maintenance
Monitoring MySQL Cluster
Monitoring Overview
Working with the ndb_mgm Client
Using the Cluster Log
ndbinfo Database
Status Variables
MySQL Enterprise Monitor
Troubleshooting MySQL Cluster
Troubleshooting Methodology
About Heartbeats
Dealing with Configuration Issues
Dealing with Disk Activity Issues
Dealing with Application Design Issues
Optimizing Performance
Performance Concepts
Identifying Queries for Optimization
Optimizing with Indexes
Adaptive Query Localization
Distribution Awareness