Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020


MySQL 8.0: Secure your MySQL Replication Deployment

Data protection is an extensive and hot topic. Making sure that whoever accesses your data has identity well established and is authorized can be a complex and hard task. Moreover, nowadays data tends to move around quickly between different instances of the same service, different services and different data consumers. This often implies that data traverses different administrative domains. It is key that MySQL handles, stores and replicates data complying with the security requirements that business and regulations demand.

This session showcases the new developments in MySQL 8.0 that tighten related replication security setups, and reduce the attack surface of the different replication topologies. We will talk about secure inter-server communication, encryption of replication data at rest and the new features that make the replication applier run under a specific security context. Come and learn about security related replication features in MySQL 8.0.


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