Galera Database Reference Architecture for MySQL and MariaDB
When developing an application, it’s a best practice to create a plan before you build. In this video, we’re reviewing a database design using Galera for MySQL and MariaDB. Databases are mission critical components of many applications. This reference architecture plan relies on redundancy to keep your workload alive by reducing single points of failure.
0:00 – Intro
0:44 – What is Reference Architecture
1:30 – How to Write Reference Architecture
2:42 – What is Galera
3:20 – Galera Benefits
4:20 – Building a Reference Architecture Diagram
6:21 – Outro
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