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Demonstration Videos: Top Four Feature Sets of ClusterControl for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL

Severalnines Senior Support Engineer Art van Scheppingen has created a series of videos to demonstrate the top features of ClusterControl for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL.

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Video: An Overview of the Features & Functions of ClusterControl

Severalnines Support Engineer Art van Scheppingen demonstrates the top features and functions of ClusterControl by Severalnines.

Using ClusterControl to Deploy and Configure ProxySQL on top of MySQL Replication

This blog post shows you how to deploy and configure ProxySQL from ClusterControl 1.3.3, on top of a master-slave replication setup. ProxySQL is an SQL-aware load balancer. It allows you to automatically do read-write split of your traffic, by sending writes to your writeable master and sending reads to the read-only slaves.

Watch the evolution of ClusterControl for MySQL & MongoDB

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.

Severalnines Launches #ClusterControl CrowdChat

This post discusses the official launch of our #ClusterControl Crowdchat. This CrowdChat is brought to you by Severalnines and is hosted by a community of subject matter experts. We will focus on the best way to deploy, manage, monitor, and scale your database clusters.

How to Deploy Galera Cluster for MySQL using Docker Containers

Virtual Machines are great, and very useful when trying out new software. However, they might be an unnecessarily heavyweight solution when testing clusters, especially if these consist of multiple nodes running exactly the same software. Each VM runs a full-blown OS image. On the other hand, Linux Containers (LXC) are an efficient alternative to OS-level virtualization and can run multiple isolated systems on a single host. Docker is a wrapper around LXC, it automates the deployment of applications inside containers. 

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