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Several Ways to Intentionally Fail or Crash your MySQL Instances for Testing

This blog post features some ideas (with examples) on how to crash a MySQL server in a Linux environment.

MySQL & MariaDB Database Backup Resources

This blog provides a list of all our best resources created to help users build and executive an effective and efficient MySQL and MariaDB database backup strategy & plan.

How to Stop or Throttle SST Operation on a Galera Cluster

A full node resync, or SST, can be a heavy, long-running operation that impacts the performance and stability of a Galera Cluster. This blog post explains a trick on how to stop an ongoing SST operation in a clean manner.

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New Tutorial: MySQL & MariaDB Load Balancing with ProxySQL

Our new ProxySQL Tutorial gives you everything you need to learn about in order todeploy, manage and maximize this exciting new database-aware load balancing technology.

Considerations When Running ClusterControl in the Cloud

We increasingly see companies moving their database workloads from on-premise bare-metal infrastructure to public cloud. There are some considerations to take into account when running ClusterControl to manage your databases in the cloud.

DIY Cloud Database on Amazon Web Services - New Whitepaper

This new whitepaper provides a step-by-step guide to setup your AWS environments and how-to configure it for optimal database operations; incl. an example overview of how to automate the deployment and management of a MongoDB cluster using ClusterControl.

Video: Database Troubleshooting Tips for DevOps

This video describes three database scenarios which a DevOps Team may face and how to resolve them using ClusterControl and ProxySQL.

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DevOps Considerations for Production-ready Database Deployments

MySQL is easy to install and use, it has always been popular with developers and system administrators. On the other hand, a production-ready MySQL environment for a business-critical enterprise workload is a different story. It can be a bit of a challenge, and requires in-depth knowledge of the database. This blog discusses some of the steps which have to be taken before we can consider our MySQL deployment production-ready.

Tips & Tricks - DevOps Database Glossary for the MySQL Novice

This blog post discusses the most important database metrics to monitor in MySQL and MariaDB.

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Database Management for DevOps: All the Severalnines Resources

This blog aggregates all the best resources that Severalnines has created to date to help DevOps teams deploy, manage, and monitor their database environments.

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