Disaster recovery with MariaDB Platform

Point-in-time Recovery with Backup/Restore, Flashback and More

MariaDB Platform supports comprehensive disaster recovery strategies for restoring availability and data in the event of an unexpected outage or data loss/corruption – everything from multiple data centers and backup/restore tools to flashback and system versioning.

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Creating a disaster recovery strategy for MariaDB Platform

In this webinar, we'll provide an in-depth overview of the disaster recovery tools and capabilities available in MariaDB Platform, and share best practices for creating a comprehensive disaster recovery strategy.

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A Complete Set of Disaster Recovery Tools and Capabilities for Every Situation

MariaDB Enterprise Backup

MariaDB Enterprise Backup can restore a complete database or individual table using a combination of full and incremental backups, and leverages a sequence of non-blocking backup stages to allow writes and schema changes while tables are being backed up.

MariaDB Flashback

If data has been wrongly deleted or modified recently, MariaDB Flashback can rollback the last transactions to restore the database to a point in time right before the data was deleted or modified – a lot faster than restoring a database from one or more backups.

Point-in-time recovery

MariaDB Platform supports precise point-in-time recovery using MariaDB Enterprise Backup to restore data from one or more backups and the binary log to rollforward transactions since the last backup until the specified point in time is reached.

Delayed replication

MariaDB Platform can use delayed replication to prevent recent, unwanted changes (e.g., an incorrect update) from propagating to one or more replicas, allowing one of them to be temporarily promoted to primary while the changes are rolled back on the previous primary.

System-versioned tables

MariaDB Platform can preserve data before it is updated or deleted by creating and maintaining historical copies of rows as they are modified, allowing DBAs to restore a row to a previous state using the results of point-in-time query on its history.

Multiple data centers

MariaDB Platform can be deployed to a secondary data center, or in multi- and hybrid-cloud topologies, using asynchronous replication and separate, asymmetric clusters, optionally with delayed replication, or with full multi-master clustering for maximum disaster recovery.

Sample Reference Architecture for Enterprise Disaster Recovery

When it comes to disaster recovery, the ideal reference architecture depends on the recovery point objective and recovery time objective as well as business and application requirements regarding high availability, performance and consistency. The reference architecture below uses clustering in the primary data center for high availability and asynchronous replication to the secondary for performance. In addition, while the primary data center uses separate databases with delayed replication for backups and system versioning, the secondary uses a scaled down deployment with a primary/replica topology and system versioning.

MariaDB Disaster Recovery Architecture Example

 

On Demand Webinar

Creating a disaster recovery strategy for MariaDB Platform

In this webinar, we'll provide an in-depth overview of the disaster recovery tools and capabilities available in MariaDB Platform, and share best practices for creating a comprehensive disaster recovery strategy.

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