MySQL InnoDB Cluster and other tools allows InnoDB users to build a cluster to support node outage easily and ease the cluster administration, and usage.
This is the third and last part of this series of blog posts. At this point, you have already learnt about each type of ZMQ sockets and how to use them. If not, you might want to read Who Transports your Messages? Part 1/3 and Who Transports your Messages? Part 2/3 of this blog pos
Most of the applications we develop have to communicate with each other by exchanging messages and there are lots of well-known frameworks to do so. In this post I’ll cover why in the end I chose ZeroMQ.