The Laravel folks are not letting the grass grow under their feet. The popular PHP Framework (motto ‘The PHP Framework For Web Artisans’) wraps their framework and the recently released MySQL 5.7 server software in a Vagrant image called Homestead ready for you to use.
I created a new directory for my new Laravel work, cd-ed into it, and then issued vagrant init laravel/homestead. As quick as my hotel wi-fi could support, I had 5.7, PHP 5.6.15 plus more on an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS virtual machine.
This post sums up some of my work on MySQL resilience and high availability at Booking.com by presenting the current state of automated master and intermediate master recoveries via Pseudo-GTID & Orchestrator.
If you’re still using a password to login to your AWS account it’s time you batten down the hatches. With a little work you can dramatically improve security. 1. install command line tools First get ahold of the aws comand line tools. They’re python based so you’ll need the package manager “pip” first.
Recently we released an updated version of our Percona Toolkit with an important update for pt-online-schema-change if you use MySQL 5.6. A new parameter has been added, analyze-before-swap. What does it do? Let me explain it in more detail.
A bug not a bug