I'm experimenting with sqlite as backend database for orchestrator. While orchestrator manages MySQL replication topologies, it also uses MySQL as backend. For some deployments, and I'm looking into such one, having MySQL as backend is a considerable overhead.
This sent me to the route of looking into a self contained orchestrator binary + backend DB. I would have orchestrator spawn up its own backend database instead of connecting to an external one.
Leadership is, by definition, a process of transition. None of us is born to be a leader. Those who are leaders have become leaders through change, and it is a very difficult and unnatural process. A lot of this process involves learning, through repeatedly asking and answering the question, “what does a leader do?”
This is the first in a series of blog posts examining the technologies that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications, notably the MERN and MEAN stacks. The series will go on to step through tutorials to build all layers of an application.