Planet MySQL HA Blog

The Planet MySQL HA Blog aggregates content from sources that cover topics related to high availability (HA) for MySQL databases.

MySQL Shorts - Top 5 Countdown - #4

MySQL Shorts is a short-format video series dedicated to all things MySQL. This post is one in a series where we will count down the top 5 MySQL Shorts videos based on views.

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MySQL Shorts - Episode #47 Released

MySQL Shorts is a short-format video series dedicated to all things MySQL. Check out the latest video where we discuss how to use a CASE operator in a JOIN.

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Applying Database Migrations in MySQL HeatWave With GitHub Actions

GitHub Actions allows DevOps to handle automated deployments. IN this post we talk about how you can use GitHub Actions in conjunction with Knex.js to apply database changes as part of the CI/CD pipeline.

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Migrate from MariaDB to MySQL HeatWave: easier with MySQL Shell 8.2.1

How to easily migrate from MariaDB to MySQL HearWave using the new MySQL Shell capabilities of the copy utility.

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MySQL Shorts - Top 5 Countdown - #5

MySQL Shorts is a short-format video series dedicated to all things MySQL. This post is one in a series where we will count down the top 5 MySQL Shorts videos based on views.

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Deliver applications with machine learning-powered recommendations

Recommender systems are one of the most sought-after applications of machine learning as they’ve proven to drive significant revenue. MySQL HeatWave allows you to easily integrate a recommendation system into your applications. As a matter of fact, you can test it out by building the MovieHub application we’ve developed to showcase the HeatWave AutoML recommender system. You won’t even have to code!

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MySQL at DOAG 2023 - recap

Recap of DOAG 2023

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Performance Improvements in MySQL 8.0.35

This blog post highlights the significant performance improvement made in the latest 8.0 version of MySQL Enterprise Edition

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EXPLAIN INTO and EXPLAIN FOR SCHEMA in MySQL

In MySQL 8.1 and 8.2 we introduced EXPLAIN INTO and EXPLAIN FOR SCHEMA respectively, two extensions to the EXPLAIN query that can help doing most of your query optimization in the server, rather than a client program. These two features lay the groundwork for automatically running multiple EXPLAINs over multiple schemas without having to manually USE each schema or reenter the EXPLAIN output.

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MySQL Workshop at HKCE and PyCon HK2023 - recap.

PyCon & HKCE 2023

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