What is Distributed SQL?

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Andy Oliver, Senior Director of Product Marketing, MariaDB

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Beyond the hype, what is distributed SQL? And how does it work? Where should you use it, and where should you not? What are the benefits and drawbacks? Join this webinar for straightforward, factual answers to these questions. While we will use the specific distributed SQL implementation in MariaDB Xpand as an example, the concepts apply universally. In this webinar, we will cover: • What makes distributed SQL different from traditional relational database technology • How distributed SQL works, including group membership, data, and query distribution • Achieving fault tolerance and high availability with distributed SQL • Distributed SQL's approach to elastic scalability • Infrastructure requirements for distributed SQL
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