MySQL Cluster

Date: 31-07-2019 s/d 02-08-2019   |   Category: Oracle Database   |   Instructor: M. Andry Hartawan

Duration: 3 Days
Delivery Method : Instuctor Led Training
Price : IDR.9,750,000

 What you will learn
In this MySQL Cluster training, you will learn the important details of clustering that will help you get started with MySQL Cluster. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to properly configure and manage the cluster nodes to ensure high availability.

Students Who Can Benefit from this Course:
Experienced database users who want an in-depth understanding of MySQL Cluster

Benefits to You
By investing in this course, you'll develop the skills to install the different nodes and better understand the internals of the cluster.

Related Training Required

- Have previously worked with a MySQL Server instance and database
- Be able to install MySQL
- Have working knowledge of MySQL architecture
- Basic knowledge of database concepts and SQL

Suggested Prerequisites
- Can state general knowledge of hardware and OS
- Can use MySQL tools to connect to the MySQL Server

Course Objectives
- Explain the concepts of MySQL Cluster in detail
- Describe the different nodes in MySQL Cluster and their purposes
- Explain how the data is distributed and replicated in the MySQL Cluster
- Install all the different nodes used in the MySQL Cluster
- Start and stop the different nodes as needed
- Understand how the different configuration files work and be able to configure all possible types of clusters
- Put the cluster in single user mode, and understand when this is necessary Know how to upgrade cluster components and
  configuration settings
- Explain how node failure is detected and handled in the cluster
- Describe how node restart works internally
- Explain how system restart works and when this type of restart is needed
- Take backups and restore the data from backups
- Describe the internal parts of the data nodes
- Explain how the different types of data scans are performed
- Explain the difference between the different index types
- Configure the cluster for optimal performance

Course Topics

- MySQL Overview, Products, Services and Enterprise Services
- Supported Operating Services
- MySQL Certification Program
- Training Curriculum Paths
- MySQL Website
- Installing MySQL
- Installing the world Database

Introduction to MySQL Cluster Architecture
- MySQL General Architecture
- What is a Cluster?
- Partitioning Replication
- Node Types
- Fragments
- Node Groups

Install and Start MySQL Cluster
- Initiate MySQL Cluster
- Start a Management Node
- Starting the Data Nodes
- Connecting the SQL Nodes
- Startup Phases
- Restart a Cluster
- Testing High-Availability
- Upgrading MySQL Cluster

Configure MySQL Cluster
- MySQL Cluster Configuration
- Management Node Configuration
- Data Node Configuration
- SQL Node Configuration

NDB Storage Engine
- NDBs Storage Engine
- NDBs Storage Method
- NDBs Indexing
- NDBs Communication Interconnects
- NDBs Transaction Capabilities

Designing a Cluster
- System Considerations
- Cluster Setups

Handling Data in MySQL
Cluster Cluster Disk Data
- Importing Data into Cluster Tables
- Dropping Cluster Tables

MySQL Cluster Management
- Clusters Management Console
- Backing Up Cluster Data
- Restoring Backups
- Troubleshooting Backups
- Modifying Table Definitions

MySQL Cluster Security
- Cluster Security Best Practices
- Secure Architectures

MySQL Cluster Performance
- Performance Terms
- Query Execution
- Data Size/Usage Issues
- Query Design
- Configuration Options

Resolving MySQL Cluster Problems
Diagnostic Best Practices
- Connection Issues
- Arbitrator Shutdown
- Resource Problems
- Where to get additional help

MySQL Cluster Replication 
- Cluster Replication
- Replication Preparation
- Single Replication Channel
- Redundant Replication Channels
- Using MySQL Cluster Replication for Backups

Course Overview
- Training and Certification Website
- Course Evaluation
- Thank You!
- QA Session 

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