Tag Archives: scaling

The Galera installation guide for dummies

August 26, 2013

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The Galera series Overview and some history Some years ago (2011), I was presenting in one article what at that time I have call “A dream on MySQL parallel replication” (http://www.tusacentral.net/joomla/index.php/mysql-blogs/96-a-dream-on-mysql-parallel-replication). At that time I was dreaming about having a replication mechanism working on the commit operations, and was also trying to explain how useless […]

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Scale Out Disaster Recovery with Nutanix and @VMware SRM

August 26, 2013

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Scale Out Disaster Recovery with Nutanix and @VMware SRM You are here: Home / Storage / Scale Out Disaster Recovery with Nutanix and @VMware SRM VMware’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM) a disaster recovery management for virtual applications. VMware host based replication uses VMware snapshots and replicates the snapshots from host to host. VMware snapshots suffer […]

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Cultivating Hybrids: 4 Key Data Architectures for Scaling Infinitely

August 21, 2013

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Cultivating Hybrids: 4 Key Data Architectures for Scaling Infinitely It is the destiny of current data stores to be scaled. There is no way around it. You don’t even need a crystal ball or fortune teller to see this future. In this article, we will focus on the fundamental computer science behind horizontally scaling data […]

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