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5 blog posts in 13 categories

The New Way to Manage Open Source Databases

The database industry has completely changed in the past two decades - from closed source to open source first, single instances to distributed clusters, polyglot environments and increasingly automated operational systems that are slowly but surely taking over the common core tasks of the DBA.

This blog discusses this industry shift.

Failover for MySQL Replication (and others) - Should it be Automated?

This blog discusses whether automated failover should be used in a MySQL Replication environment setup.

Open Source Databases - The Real Cost of Free

This blog includes excerpts from our whitepaper “An Executive's Guide to Database Management ROI” to highlight the real costs of managing an open source database.

How MongoDB Database Automation Improves Security

The growing number of cyberattacks on open source database deployments highlights the industry’s poor administrative and operational practices. This blog explores how database automation is the key to keeping your MongoDB database secure.

About cloud lock-in and open source databases

Severalnines CEO Vinay Joosery discusses key considerations to take when choosing cloud providers to host and manage mission critical data; and thus avoid cloud lock-in.

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