ClusterControl adds scale out for Redis, SQL Server, and Elasticsearch in latest release
We’re excited to announce the latest release of ClusterControl — version 1.9.4. This major release adds scale out and in to Redis Sentinel, MS SQL Server 2019, and Elasticsearch clusters, shared filesystem snapshot repository for Elasticsearch, several enhancements to ClusterControl v2, and more. View the changelog for a complete breakdown of all the new features in ClusterControl 1.9.4. In this post, we’ll cover the major release highlights.
What new features are included?
Scale Out / In
You can now add or remove nodes in Redis Sentinel, MS SQL Server 2019, and Elasticsearch clusters to optimize capacity and performance and facilitate node maintenance.
Elasticsearch 8.3.1 | 7.17.3
We’ve continued to make enhancements to Elasticsearch, including adding a shared filesystem snapshot repository that can be set up automatically now at deployment. Additionally, an AWS S3 compliant cloud snapshot repository can be used for backups instead of using local storage.
Additional Elasticsearch features include:
- Deploy one node for test or development environments
- Deploy three or more nodes for clustered deployments with master or data roles
- Basic User Authentication with username and password
- TLS/SSL API endpoint encryption
- Backup Management with local file storage repository
- Scaling out master or data nodes
ClusterControl v2 Features
The ClusterControl v2 web frontend has additional features available, including:
- Deploy and Import
- New database: MongoDB Sharded cluster
- Load balancers: ProxySQL, MaxScale, and Garbd
- Automatic setup of a shared NFS filesystem for Elasticsearch at deployment
- Cluster to cluster replication with MySQL and PostgreSQL clusters
- AWS S3 compliant cloud snapshot repository for Elasticsearch
- User profile and License management
- ProxySQL and MaxScale Nodes pages
Various other improvements and fixes have also been made, so be sure to check out the full changelog for a complete list of features and information on how to upgrade to ClusterControl v2.
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