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Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

Software Daily

For many applications, a transactional MySQL database is the source of truth. To make a MySQL database scale, some developers deploy their database using Vitess, a sharding system built on top of Kubernetes. Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh work at PlanetScale, a company that focuses on building and supporting MySQL databases sharded with Vitess. Their experience comes from working at YouTube, which has a massive, rapidly growing database for storing the information about videos on the site. Sharding is not the only database problem that YouTube faced. Availability was another issue.At YouTube, the database operators want YouTube’s MySQL cluster to be resilient to the failure of an entire data center. Similarly, a developer deploying an important MySQL database to the cloud wants their database to be resilient to the failure of an entire cloud provider. Jiten and Anthony join the show to talk about their work building multicloud support for MySQL, and their process of deploying a consistent MySQL database in Azure, GCP, and AWS.

5 May 2020

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Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

Software Engineering Daily

For many applications, a transactional MySQL database is the source of truth. To make a MySQL database scale, some developers deploy their database using Vitess, a sharding system built on top of Kubernetes.  Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh work at PlanetScale, a company that focuses on building and supporting MySQL databases sharded with Vitess. Their experience comes from working at YouTube, which has a massive, rapidly growing database for storing the information about videos on the site. Sharding is not the only database problem that YouTube faced. Availability was another issue. At YouTube, the database operators want YouTube’s MySQL cluster to be resilient to the failure of an entire data center. Similarly, a developer deploying an important MySQL database to the cloud wants their database to be resilient to the failure of an entire cloud provider. Jiten and Anthony join the show to talk about their work building multicloud support for MySQL, and their process of deploying a consistent MySQL database in Azure, GCP, and AWS. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

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5 May 2020

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Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

Data – Software Engineering Daily

For many applications, a transactional MySQL database is the source of truth. To make a MySQL database scale, some developers deploy their database using Vitess, a sharding system built on top of Kubernetes.  Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh work at PlanetScale, a company that focuses on building and supporting MySQL databases sharded with Vitess. Their experience comes from working at YouTube, which has a massive, rapidly growing database for storing the information about videos on the site. Sharding is not the only database problem that YouTube faced. Availability was another issue. At YouTube, the database operators want YouTube’s MySQL cluster to be resilient to the failure of an entire data center. Similarly, a developer deploying an important MySQL database to the cloud wants their database to be resilient to the failure of an entire cloud provider. Jiten and Anthony join the show to talk about their work building multicloud support for MySQL, and their process of deploying a consistent MySQL database in Azure, GCP, and AWS. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

46mins

5 May 2020

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Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

For many applications, a transactional MySQL database is the source of truth. To make a MySQL database scale, some developers deploy their database using Vitess, a sharding system built on top of Kubernetes.  Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh work at PlanetScale, a company that focuses on building and supporting MySQL databases sharded with Vitess. Their experience comes from working at YouTube, which has a massive, rapidly growing database for storing the information about videos on the site. Sharding is not the only database problem that YouTube faced. Availability was another issue. At YouTube, the database operators want YouTube’s MySQL cluster to be resilient to the failure of an entire data center. Similarly, a developer deploying an important MySQL database to the cloud wants their database to be resilient to the failure of an entire cloud provider. Jiten and Anthony join the show to talk about their work building multicloud support for MySQL, and their process of deploying a consistent MySQL database in Azure, GCP, and AWS. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

52mins

5 May 2020

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Vitess, with Jiten Vaidya and Sugu Sougoumarane

Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Vitess is a cloud native database clustering system for horizontal scaling of MySQL. It was built for YouTube, open sourced, and has recently graduated from the CNCF. Two members of the team who wrote and ran Vitess at YouTube, Jiten Vaidya and Sugu Sougoumarane, are CEO and CTO of PlanetScale; a company they founded to support Vitess commercially. They join Craig and Adam to talk databases. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Our meetup at KubeCon The WeWork booth at KubeCon You Must Build A Boat You Have To Win The Game News of the week Anthos news from Next UK Multi-cluster management with Anthos GitLab Serverless with Cloud Run for Anthos Project Antrea from VMware Managed Istio GA on IBM Kubernetes Service IBM open sources developer tools Kui and iter8 Episode 47 with Kim Lewandowski Solo.io introduces Autopilot Hubble, from Cilium ByteBuilders introduces Kubeform Cloudbees adds Jenkins X UI to their community distribution Juniper updates Contrail Slack Vitess case study Debugging network stalls on Kubernetes by Theo Julienne at GitHub Volterra’s control plane for distributed PaaS Gravitational takes $25m investment Datadog’s 2019 container report Aqua Security acquires Cloudsploit CNCF 2019 award winners Episode 72 with Lachlan Evenson Episode 77 with Katharine Berry Links from the interview Vitess About Jiten and Sugu Graduated from the CNCF Database shards Vitess history YouTube acquired by Google in 2006 Go; 10 years old Google storage systems: Bigtable Colossus Scaling MySQL in the cloud with Vitess and Kubernetes and Cloud Native MySQL Sharding with Vitess and Kubernetes by Anthony Yeh, Google Cloud Case studies: Stich Labs, Hubspot, JD.com Vitess at KubeCon: Vitess: Stateless Storage in the Cloud by Sugu Sougoumarane Geo-partitioning with Vitess by Deepthi Sigireddi and Jiten Vaidya How to Migrate a MySQL Database to Vitess by Sugu Sougoumarane & Morgan Tocker Gone in 60 Minutes: Migrating 20 TB from AKS to GKE in an Hour with Vitess by Derek Perkins from Nozzle Postgres support PlanetScale Announcing PlanetScale’s CNDb The name Voltron Strong Bad’s advice on naming things Jiten Vaidya and Sugu Sougoumarane on Twitter

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26 Nov 2019