Geo redundant OSS database
steve-plug at spwiz.com
Fri Jan 20 09:09:08 MST 2012
On 1/19/12 10:04 PM, Bryan Sant wrote:
> Has anyone had any experience working with PostgreSQL or MySQL in a
> geo redundant configuration (replication/clustering)? I see that
> MySQL has MySQL Cluster
> (http://www.mysql.com/products/cluster/)--which is their "Carrier
> Grade" offering. Looks compelling. I know that PostgreSQL (>=
> version 9) has clustering as well, but I'm not sure how feature
> complete it is. I'm interested in any insights you might have.
Percona XtraDB Cluster (an enterprise MySQL fork) has that:
It's not recommended for production use yet, but will be soon. Their
stuff is really high quality, so when they say it's ready for production
I would trust it. It's probably ready for testing.
For cloud use, this looks pretty cool. I haven't used it, and can't
vouch for the company, but they've had some good reviews.
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