High availability is important, but deploying and operating a cluster is error-prone. A mistake, in the worst case, could result in a broken cluster. If you care about your data enough to use a cluster, you definitely want to avoid situations of this type.
In this session we’ll see how to automate the deployment of a cluster, using an Ansible working example. Thanks to the “infrastructure as code” paradigm, we’ll see a testable, self-documenting repository of code describing our cluster and all the related tools. Using it to administer a cluster is as simple as it should be.
- Wednesday 24 March, 16.20 – 16.50 CET (UTC +1), 11:20am – 11:50am New York time, 23:20 – 23:50 Beijing/Singapore time
Database consultant and director at Vettabase Ltd
Federico Razzoli is a database consultant and director at Vettabase Ltd, specialised in the MariaDB/MySQL ecosystem. He works with companies of all sizes, but in particular helps startups to scale and automate their database infrastructure.