MySQL Cluster Training Ed 2

MySQL Cluster Training Ed 2 (D89251GC20)


MySQL Cluster Training Ed 2 Course Hands-on

The MySQL Cluster training course covers how to install and configure a real-time database cluster at the core of your application. Expert instructors will teach you how to design and maintain your clusters for high availability and scalability by using MySQL Cluster's open-source and enterprise components.

Learn To:

Install and configure MySQL Cluster nodes.
Design simple and advanced cluster topologies.
Secure cluster nodes and data.
Backup and restore cluster data.
Troubleshoot common cluster problems.
Monitor and optimize cluster performance.
Use enterprise tools to manage large cluster deployments.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience/Target Group

Application Developers
Database Administrators
Database Designers
Support Engineer
System Administrator
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant
Web Administrator

MySQL Cluster Training Ed 2 (D89251GC20)Related Courses:

Duration: 4 days

Class Prerequisites:

Must have a working knowledge of database concepts
Linux administration skills
Must have a working knowledge of UNIX/Linux command-prompt usage
MySQL server configuration and usage
Must have a basic knowledge of computer networking
Familiarity with VirtualBox

Skills Gained:

Monitor and improve performance on a MySQL Cluster
Identify and correct common cluster problems
Describe common cluster use cases
Configure replication between MySQL Clusters
Describe MySQL Cluster operation in virtualized and Cloud environments
Explain the concepts associated with MySQL Cluster
Describe the MySQL Cluster architecture
List features of the NDB Storage engine
Describe MySQL Cluster design considerations
Install MySQL Cluster
Configure a basic MySQL Cluster
Perform backup and recovery operations
Secure a MySQL Cluster
Maintain a MySQL Cluster by using the Management console and MySQL Cluster Manager

Course Content:

Introduction to MySQL Cluster

MySQL Overview, Products, Services
Websites and Other Documentation
Key Benefits and Use Cases
Node types

Installing MySQL Cluster

Hardware, Software, and Network Requirements
Choosing and Installing Cluster Distributions
Installing and Configuring Cluster Nodes
MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer
Starting a Cluster with a Basic Configuration
Upgrading a Cluster

MySQL Cluster Architecture

The NDB storage engine
Clustered tables
SQL and NoSQL API nodes
Data Nodes and Node Groups
Partitions and Replicas
Checkpoints and the Redo Log
Redundancy and Resilience

Configuring MySQL Cluster

MySQL Cluster Configuration Files
Basic Configuration Options: NodeId and HostName
Management Node Configuration
Data Node Configuration
Configuring Multi-Threaded Data Nodes
Cluster Program Startup Options
Viewing Cluster Configuration Information

Designing a MySQL Cluster

Design Guidelines
Sizing Memory Usage
In-Memory and Disk Data Storage
Configuring Disk Data Storage
Designing Clusters for Scale and High Availability
Cluster Configuration Examples

Maintaining a MySQL Cluster

Modifying Table Structure
Accessing the Cluster with Command-Line Tools
Single-User Mode
Backing Up a Cluster
Restoring a Cluster from Backup

Securing MySQL Cluster

Securing MySQL Cluster
Configuring Connection Security
Configuring Firewall Rules
Data Security
MySQL Server Node Security

MySQL Cluster Manager

Installing MySQL Cluster Manager Agent and Clients
Sites, Clusters, Hosts, Processes, Packages, and Configuration Attributes
Creating Managed Clusters
Importing a Configuration from an Unmanaged Cluster
Viewing Information About Your Sites and Clusters
Maintaining Your Sites and Clusters

Replicating Between MySQL Clusters

Replication in MySQL Cluster
Transaction Ordering and Epochs
Configuring Replication
Starting, Stopping, and Resetting Replication
Backups Using Replication Tables
Replication Resilience
Replication Information Repositories
Multi-Master Replication and Conflict Resolution

Monitoring MySQL Cluster

Introduction to Monitoring
Monitoring with the ndb_mgm Client
Using the Cluster Log
ndbinfo Database
Status Variables
MySQL Enterprise Monitor

Troubleshooting MySQL Cluster Problems

Starting to Troubleshoot
Configuration Problems
Disk Activity Problems
Application Design Problems

Optimizing MySQL Cluster Performance

Performance Concepts
Identifying Queries for Optimization
Optimizing with Indexes
Adaptive Query Localization
Distribution Awareness
The Process of Optimizing and Benchmarking

MySQL Cluster Environments

MySQL Cluster and Virtualization
Node Deployment in Cloud Environments
Connecting to a Cluster with SQL and NoSQL APIs
Comparing MySQL Cluster with Other High-Availability Solutions


Summary course contents and objectives
Recap of MySQL Products, services, websites, training, documentation

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