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Planets9s - NinesControl announcement, scaling & sharding MongoDB - and more!

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Welcome to this week’s Planets9s, covering all the latest resources and technologies we create around automation and management of open source database infrastructures.

Check out the new NinesControl for MySQL & MongoDB in the cloud

This week we were happy to announce NinesControl, which is taking its first steps to offer quick and easy automation and management of databases for the cloud to developers and admins of all skill levels. Built on the capabilities of ClusterControl, NinesControl is a database management cloud service, with no need to install anything. It enables users to uniformly and transparently deploy and manage polyglot databases on any cloud, with no vendor lock-in. If you haven’t seen NinesControl yet, do check it out!

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Watch the replay: scaling & sharding MongoDB

In this webinar replay, Art van Scheppingen, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, shows you how to best plan your MongoDB scaling strategy up front and how to prevent ending up with unusable secondary nodes and shards. Art also demonstrates how to leverage ClusterControl’s MongoDB scaling capabilities and have ClusterControl manage your shards.

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How to deploy & monitor MySQL and MongoDB clusters in the cloud with NinesControl

As part of this week’s NinesControl announcement, we’ve published this handy blog post, which shows you how to deploy and monitor MySQL Galera, MariaDB and MongoDB clusters on DigitalOcean and Amazon Web Services using NinesControl. Before you attempt to deploy, you’ll need to configure access credentials to the cloud you’d like to run on, as per the process described in the blog below.

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How to configure access credentials in NinesControl for AWS & Digital Ocean

Once you register for NinesControl and provide your cloud “access key”, the service will launch droplets in your region of choice and provision database nodes on them. In this blog post we show you how to configure that access to DigitalOcean and AWS. You’ll be all set to start deploying and monitoring your database cluster in the cloud of your choice with NinesControl.

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That’s it for this week! Feel free to share these resources with your colleagues and follow us in our social media channels.

Have a good end of the week,

Jean-Jérôme Schmidt
Planets9s Editor
Severalnines AB

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