RSF-1 now provides advanced High Availability services to MySQL 5.7.

Wilmslow, UK – December 12 2013 – High-Availability.Com today announced that RSF-1 now provides advanced High Availability services to MySQL 5.7.

RSF-1 has brought High Availability services to MySQL in Multi-Master Replication and Shared Storage configurations supporting all major MySQL releases since 2001, and High Availability are now pleased to announce full support for MySQL 5.7.

As well as providing seamless MySQL failover between different database server nodes in the event of hardware or network failure, with High-Availability’s advanced MySQLMon monitoring agent, RSF-1 will properly manage user access to the MySQL cluster and will attempt to automatically restart any failed MySQL database instance.

Alongside other recent feature announcements, RSF-1 for MySQL also supports Stretched Cluster environments allowing for MySQL database servers to be geographically separated.

Available on most Unix variants including Solaris, the RSF-1 HA Plugin for MySQL has been deployed mostly on Linux platforms across a wide range of hardware and storage subsystems and to customers across all industry platforms worldwide.

 

RSF-1 for all MySQL 5.x versions is available from High-Availability now.