Online / 6 & 7 February 2021


Group Replication: Best Practices for Network Deploy

Group replication is a mature and feature rich solution for data replication and automation of fail-over. To be able to operate without human intervention, it relies on group-based coordination protocols and as such require constant interaction between servers over the network. As such, adjusting the configuration to deal with network instability is something that should be done to get the most of the replication deployment.

This session showcases the best practices that allow you to deploy Group Replication, in terms of network isolation - isolate Group Replication traffic from application traffic - either in making it cope better with higher latency networks or network with a non-negligible packet loss rate. Come and learn about the best practices to deploy Group Replication over unreliable networks


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