MySQL to SingleStore Replication


MySQL CDC to SingleStore in Real-time

MySQL to SingleStore Migration is completely automated with BryteFlow

Need to replicate data from MySQL to SingleStore? Now you can move data from MySQL to SingleStore in real-time without any coding, courtesy BryteFlow. It automates every process including data extraction, CDC, merges, schema and table creation, SCDtype2, masking, and DDL. BryteFlow uses log-based Change Data Capture to load data from MySQL to SingleStoreQL DB, delivering data that is ready to use for Analytics or Machine learning. All deltas (inserts, updates and deletes) are merged automatically to sync data with source. Our MySQL SingleStore migration tool loads very large enterprise datasets with multi-threaded parallel loading, smart partitioning and compression for the initial full refresh of data. This is followed by Change Data Capture for moving incremental data and deltas. BryteFlow also reconciles data automatically, to check for data completeness. MySQL Replication with BryteFlow

MySQL to SingleStore Migration Tool Highlights
  • BryteFlow’s MySQL to SingleStore CDC has minimal impact on source. MySQL Replication with BryteFlow
  • BryteFlow supports high volume data ingestion with multi thread, parallel loading and configurable partitioning to load terabytes of enterprise data fast. How to Make CDC Automation Easy
  • SingleStore replication best practices built into the software. Data pipelines and why automate them
  • BryteFlow has very high throughput (approx. 1,000,000 rows in 30 seconds) and high availability.
  • BryteFlow is a fully automated replication tool with zero coding for CDC, data extraction, schema and table creation, merging, mapping, masking or type 2 history. Zero-ETL, New Kid on the Block?
  • You get data that is ready to use on destination (SingleStore) with out-of-the-box data type conversions.
  • BryteFlow supports on-premise and Cloud MySQL sources (e.g. Aurora) and variations like MariaDB.
  • Automates Data Reconciliation with row counts and columns checksum.

Suggested Reading
The Easy Way to CDC from Multi-Tenant Databases
SQL Server CDC for Real-Time SQL Server Replication
Aurora Postgres and How to Set Up Logical Replication
Successful Data Ingestion (What You Need to Know)

Real-time, No-Code MySQL to SingleStore Change Data Capture

BryteFlow replicates large MySQL data sets to your SingleStore database fast

BryteFlow uses parallel multi-thread loading and smart, configurable partitioning to load data at high speeds from MySQL to SingleStore DB. BryteFlow XL Ingest handles the initial full refresh of MySQL data to SingleStore with subsequent log-based CDC to bring across the deltas, which is managed by by BryteFlow Ingest.
The Easy Way to CDC from Multi-Tenant Databases

Save your DBA’s time for more productive tasks

BryteFlow is sparing of your DBA’s time -they usually spend a lot of time managing the implementation including configuring backups, managing dependencies until the changes have been processed etc.
With BryteFlow, it is “set and forget”. There is no involvement from the DBAs required on a continual basis, hence the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is quite low. Further, you do not need sysadmin privileges for the replication user, which is usually needed in most replication scenarios.
BryteFlow for MySQL Replication

MySQL to SingleStore journey is completely automated

BryteFlow functions as a fully automated MySQL to SingleStore migration tool. With other migration tools there is some coding involved for e.g. to merge data for Change Data Capture. BryteFlow is completely no-code. CDC, data extraction, merges, mapping, masking, schema and table creation, SCD Type2 history, and data reconciliation are all automated. It has a user-friendly point-and-click interface and is a self-service tool.
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MySQL to SingleStore Data Replication is tracked end to end

BryteFlow monitors your data replication from MySQL to SingleStore from start to finish. For e.g. if you are replicating MySQL data to SingleStore at 3 pm on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, all the changes at source will be replicated to the SingleStore database, latest change last, so the data will be updated with all inserts, deletes and updates that happened at source. Also the deltas are merged automatically with existing data.
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Data maintains Referential Integrity

With BryteFlow you can maintain the referential integrity of your data when migrating data from MySQL to SingleStore. This means when there are changes in the MySQL source and when those changes are replicated to the destination (SingleStore) you can see exactly what changed, including the date, the time and the values that changed at the columnar level.
Data Migration 101 (Process, Strategies, Tools & More)

Data is continually and automatically reconciled and checked for completeness in the SingleStore database

BryteFlow checks for data completeness with automated data reconciliation using BryteFlow TruData. It carries out point-in-time data completeness checks for complete datasets including type-2. It compares row counts and columns checksum in the MySQL database and SingleStore data at a very granular level. It can reconcile data continually or you can select a frequency for this to happen.
About BryteFlow TruData, our Data Reconciliation Tool

Archive data while preserving SCD Type 2 history

BryteFlow provides time-stamped data and the versioning feature allows you to access data from any point on the timeline. This versioning feature is integral to historical and predictive trend analysis.
About BryteFlow Ingest, our replication tool

BryteFlow uses real-time, log-based CDC to replicate changes from the MySQL source to SingleStore

BryteFlow uses zero-impact log-based Change Data Capture to sync data with changes at source in real-time. Every insert, delete and update is merged automatically with existing data to keep data in sync with source. CDC can be continuous or you can specify a frequency for it to happen.
Postgres CDC (6 Easy Methods to Capture Data Changes)

Automatic catch-up from network dropout

BryteFlow has built-in resiliency. In case of a power outage or network failure you don’t need to start the MySQL to SingleStore replication process over again. The process simply resumes automatically from the point it had halted.
Successful Data Ingestion (What You Need to Know)

MySQL to SingleStore Replication

About MySQL

MySQL is the world’s most popular open source relational database management system. (RDBMS) and was created by Oracle. Many frequently accessed applications, including Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, Uber, Airbnb, Shopify, and are built on MySQL. Apart from its assocation with Internet applications, MySQL is compatible with other technologies too, and runs on all major platforms including Unix-based operating systems, such as Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.

About SingleStore

SingleStore (formerly MemSQL) is a Cloud-native, distributed, relational, SQL DBMS with ANSI SQL support. It is a proprietary, Cloud-native database designed for data-heavy applications. SingleStore DB is a high-performance database reputed for high-speed data ingestion, transactions and analytics. Besides storing relational data, SingleStore can also store JSON data, graph data, and time-series data. It supports blended workloads besides the typical OLTP and OLAP use cases.