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April 2017 will see the Severalnines team attend two open source database conferences, namely the MariaDB User Conference, and the Percona Live Conference. Find all details about our participation here.
Announcing the release of ClusterControl for MongoDB, which completes our vision to let you fully manage MongoDB whether on premise or in the cloud. With a full array of newly expanded features for MongoDB, ClusterControl provides developers and DBAs an alternative system with which to securely deploy and manage their open source database infrastructures.
Severalnines Support Engineer Art van Scheppingen demonstrates the top features and functions of ClusterControl by Severalnines.
ClusterControl has come a long way since its release in 2012. Here are some interesting facts and figures on how it’s being used and by whom.
Release of ClusterControl 1.4 with key new features related to MySQL Replication and MongoDB in particular, along with performance improvements and bug fixes.
This blog details how you can connect with Severalnines and learn about and provide feedback for ClusterControl and NinesControl. We utilize our social channels differently so make sure to follow the ones that best align with your needs.
Announcing Eurofunk as our latest customer, who replaced Oracle with ClusterControl to deploy, monitor and manage the back-end MySQL Galera Cluster and associated database load balancers.
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.
Today we’re announcing NinesControl, a database management cloud service, which enables developers to uniformly and transparently deploy and manage polyglot open source databases on any cloud, with no vendor lock-in.
Announcing our new customer, eCommerce platform vidaXL, who use ClusterControl to manage their MongoDB & MySQL database to help them compete with the world's largest e-commerce platforms.