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Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise

Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise

Presented by Ralf Gebhardt at the MariaDB Roadshow Germany: 4.7.2014 in Hamburg, 8.7.2014 in Berlin and 11.7.2014 in Frankfurt.

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Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise - MariaDB Roadshow Summer 2014 Hamburg Berlin Frankfurt Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise - MariaDB Roadshow Summer 2014 Hamburg Berlin Frankfurt Presentation Transcript

  • Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise MariaDB Roadshow 2014 Hamburg - Berlin - Frankfurt Ralf Gebhardt, Sales Engineer ralf.gebhardt@skysql.com
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Agenda • Introduction to High Availability • Different services that need HA • Different components of High Availability • Different MariaDB HA Solutions • HA using MariaDB Replication • HA using MariaDB Galera Cluster
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Introduction to High Availability High availability is a system design protocol and associated implementation that ensures a certain degree of operational continuity during a given measurement period
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Introduction to High Availability • High Availability isn’t always the same as Long Uptime • A system that is “up” might still not be accessible • A system that is “down” just once, but for a long time, isn’t highly available • High Availability rather means • Long Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) • Short Mean Time To Recover (MTTR)
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Introduction to High Availability • The level of availability is measured as the ratio of time the system is available over a year, expressed as a percentage • 99.9% availability means that the system is available at least 8.751 of 8.760 hours in a year, or that it is unavailable at the most 9 hours per year • 99.999% availability means that the system is available at least 525.595 or 525.600 minutes in a year, or that it is unavailable at the most 5 minutes per year
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Maintaining High Availability • There are two common situations that we try to protect ourselves from using an HA solution • Datacenter failure – A whole datacenter becomes unavailable for some reason, like power failure, network failure, a virus or similar situations • Server failure – An individual server fails because of a hardware failure or something similar
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Services in an HA Solution • All services that make up the application stack needs HA for the system to achieve HA • Web servers • Application servers • Applications • Database servers • Storage • Network TCO for Unbreakable Hardware
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Services in an HA Solution • Of the different types of services, there are two types • Stateless services These servers has no state beyond the current operation. If such a server fails, another server of the same type can replace it without having to transfer any set of data. Webservers and application servers are typical stateless services • Stateful services These services maintains a state, and that state needs to be preserved if a server fails, and has to be made available to any other server that takes it place. A database service such as a MariaDB server is a typical stateful service
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Components of High Availability • Monitoring and Management • Availability of the services needs to be monitored, to be able to take action when there is a failure. A failover can be manual or automatic, but it has to be managed • Failover / Load Balancing mechanism • Some mechanism to redirect traffic from the failed server or Datacenter and to a working one • Data redundancy • For stateful services, we need to make sure that data is somehow made redundant
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Monitoring and Management • There are many different solutions here, some focused on specific services (in particular database), some as part of a Load Balancing software solution of an Appliance or a pure software based solution such as LinuxHA, HAProxy, MaxScale, MHA
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Failover mechanism • There is a wide range of options here too, in particular when it comes to Datacenter failover, which can be more complicated • Common mechanisms range from application based failover and DNS failover to Load Balancing and Network Failover
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Data Redundancy • Providing Data Redundancy is complex, error prone and takes a toll on performance • It also has to be mentioned that a SAN does not provide redundancy just because a disk set can be failed over from one server to another. A SAN might be a SPOF, but in some cases that is a risk that some customers is willing to take
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Data Redundancy with MariaDB • MariaDB Internal Replication • Asynchronous • Semi-Synchronous • Storage based redundancy (Active/Passive) • DRBD (Distributed Replicated Block Device) • SAN (Storage Area Network) • VMWare replication • MariaDB Galera Cluster
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company HA using MariaDB Replication • This is in many cases a good enough solution, but it has some issues • The cluster is very loosely coupled, not all nodes are aware of all the other nodes for example • Replication is asynchronous, so failing over is more difficult than usually (but MHA solves this) • Adding a slave is difficult • But there are also many advantages • Low performance penalty • Well known and easy to use technology
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company HA using MariaDB Galera Cluster • This a software-only solution with many advantages • Scales writes and well as reads • “Proper” Cluster with built-in failover, locking and split- brain protection • Synchronous replication with low overhead due to optimistic locking • There are some disadvantages • More overhead than using Asynchronous Replication • Only works with InnoDB • For distributed writes, some restrictions apply
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company MariaDB Galera Cluster setup MariaDB Server MariaDB Server MariaDB Server Galera wsrep Library Galera wsrep Library Galera wsrep Library Synchronous Replication Load Balancer / Failover Application / Application server
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company Setting up MariaDB Galera Cluster • MariaDB Galera Cluster consists of the MariaDB binary that in turns talks to the Galera wsrep library • Once set up, Galera is configured using the usual my.cnf file, and is monitored using the SHOW GLOBAL STATUS command
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company MariaDB Galera Cluster failover • MariaDB Galera Cluster handles failed servers internally • MariaDB Galera Cluster also handles split- brain protection and this requires at least 3 servers • MariaDB Galera Cluster can also be configured without split-brain protection, for example when failover is manual or is handled in some other way
  • © SkySQL – The MariaDB Company MariaDB Galera Cluster setup • If necessary to allow for protection against split-brain scenarios, but only using 2 database servers, a third server can be set up with a Galera specific arbitration agent • Galera also can be used with it’s own simple Load Balancer, although it is much more common that other technologies are used, such as HA aware Connectors or a Load Balancer
  • Fragen? www.mariadb.com www.facebook.com/mariadb.dbms www.twitter.com/mariadb Vielen Dank! Hochverfügbarkeit mit MariaDB Enterprise © Copyright 2014 SkySQL Corporation Ab. SkySQL and MariaDB are trademarks or registered trademarks of SkySQL Corporation Ab in the European Union and United States of America and/or other countries. MySQL is a trademark of Oracle Corporation Inc. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.