Tuesday, September 22, 2015

ProxySQL Announcement : version 0.2 is stable and production ready

Long time has passed since the first time ProxySQL was announced in October 2013 .
A lot of changes happened from that day: ProxySQL was initially just a prototype, and had many many limitations.
Quickly these limitations became a showstopper for future development, but that was expected from a simple prototype.
Since then it was completely rewritten, and after almost 2 years I am glad to announce that ProxySQL is now a proxy with a long list of features, stable and production ready.
Please join me and attend my session at Percona Live where I will present the new exciting features of ProxySQL , a High Availability proxy designed to solve real issues of MySQL setups from small to very large production environments.


  1. Hi, I saw ProxySQL mentioned on Dmitri slideshow so thought id pop over for a look. For us not to technical people, is there any chance you could give a few bullet points around the problems your product solves?
    Im looking at MySQL for e-commerce, and looking at using SQL stored procedures but my main concerns are obviously performance and poorly written SQL, replication, HA preferred over DR/failover, namely less ongoing DBA work as possible.
    Many Thanks in advance!

    1. Hi, thank you for your interest. There are few slides here with bullet points: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/proxysql/CrOGduoDqdo
      Would you like to discuss them in details, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
      Thank you!