Getting Started with MySQL Clusters as a Service

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  1. Iulian Murgulet says:

    Congratulations, this is a good intro in this huge subject. It is very important what you mention in the end, about experience. I also want to mention, that any DB cluster is a difficult task, if you want to be up an running, anytime with happy clients. And you need more to know if you want to run a DB cluster: storage, load-balancing systems (like haproxy), and many others subjects like this.

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