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Planets9s - Try the new ClusterControl 1.3.2 with its new deployment wizard

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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.

Try the new ClusterControl 1.3.2 with its new deployment wizard

This week we’re delighted to announce the release of ClusterControl 1.3.2, which includes the following features: a new alarm viewer and new deployment wizard for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL making it ever easier to deploy your favourite open source databases; it also includes deployment of MongoDB sharded clusters as well as MongoDB advisors. If you haven’t tried it out yet, now is the time to download this latest release and provide us with your feedback.

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New partnership with WooServers helps start-ups challenge Google, Amazon and Microsoft

In addition to announcing the new ClusterControl 1.3.2 this week, we’ve also officially entered into a new partnership with WooServers to bring ClusterControl to web hosting. WooServers is a web hosting platform, used by 5,500 businesses, such as WhiteSharkMedia and SwiftServe to host their websites and applications. With ClusterControl, WooServers makes available a managed service that includes comprehensive infrastructure automation and management of MySQL-based database clusters. The service is available on WooServers data centers, as well as on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

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Sign up for Part 2 of our MySQL Query Tuning Trilogy: Indexing and EXPLAIN

You can now sign up for Part 2 of our webinar trilogy on MySQL Query Tuning. In this follow up webinar to the one on process and tools, we’ll cover topics such as SQL tuning, indexing, the optimizer and how to leverage EXPLAIN to gain insight into execution plans. More specifically, we’ll look at how B-Tree indexes are built, indexes MyISAM vs. InnoDB, different index types such as B-Tree, Fulltext and Hash, indexing gotchas and an EXPLAIN walkthrough of a query execution plan.

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How to set up read-write split in Galera Cluster using ProxySQL

ProxySQL is an SQL-aware load balancer for MySQL and MariaDB. A scheduler was recently added, making it possible to execute external scripts from within ProxySQL. In this new blog post, we’ll show you how to take advantage of this new feature to perform read-write splits on your Galera Cluster.

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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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