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ProxySQL is great for MySQL. Another vendor-neutral proxy on Azure is Heimdall Data. It supports query caching and read/write split with replication lag detection: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-database-for-postgresql/using-the-heimdall-proxy-to-split-reads-and-writes-for-azure/ba-p/1...
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Thank you Amol Bhatnagar for sharing the Great blogpost 
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@David Beleznay Thanks for the feedback David, I'm happy to hear more about the test results, some customer noticed enhanced performance if they enabled Accelerated Networking and that's why I added it here as a best practice. I'm looking forward to hearing from you on the test results.
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@Bashar-MSFT The blog recommends Accelerated Networking, but when looking at the Accelerated Networking page it states the following, When communicating across VNets or connecting on-premises, this feature has minimal impact to overall latency.which statement is correct? obviously we will load test ...
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@Ops_Biren , thanks for your comment, restore from Azure Blog Storage should be similar 1- Navigate to your Azure Database for MySQL server on the portal and Run Azure Cloud Shell (Bash). If you run this for the first time it will ask you to create a Storage container and and this will mount an Azur...
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