Course Outline

Introduction

Setting up ProxySQL

Overview of ProxySQL Features and Architecture

How Query Caching Works

Configuring ProxySQL's Rule Engine

Caching MySQL Queries

Routing Queries to Different MySQL Clusters

Case Study: ProxySQL as a “Firewall" for Harmful Queries

Integrating ProxySQL with Third-Party Tools to Enable Failover

Monitoring MySQL Backends

Generating Workload Statistics

Demoting Backend Servers When Errors Are Encountered

Handling Sticky Transactions

Handling Real-time Transactions

Deploying Cascading Proxies

Troubleshooting

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • A general understanding of proxy concepts.
  • Experience with MySQL.
  • Experience with the Linux command line.

Audience

  • Database engineers
  • System administrators
 14 Hours

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