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MySQL Replication and GTID-based failover - A Deep Dive into Errant Transactions

This blog post covers deployment of replication cluster using ClusterControl. It also discusses in-depth a concept of errant transactions, how to detect them and how to fix issues related to them.

Video: MySQL Replication & ClusterControl Product Demonstration

This video gives you a walkthrough of the features and functions available to you in ClusterControl for MySQL Replication

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How to Secure MySQL/MariaDB Servers

This blog post covers a number of tips to protect and secure your MySQL/MariaDB servers from threats and attacks.

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MySQL Replication: All the Severalnines Resources

This post provides a handy overview of all the Severalnines resources we recently produced on the topic of how to best administer MySQL Replication setups.

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High Availability in ProxySQL: new webinar with René Cannaò

New joint webinar with ProxySQL’s creator, René Cannaò, on how to build a highly available proxy layer with ProxySQL; and how to automate some of these processes with ClusterControl.

Video: ClusterControl Developer Studio Introduction Video

This video introduces you to the Developer Studio for ClusterControl which is included in all versions and let’s you build your own advisors to monitor, secure, and automate your environments.

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Migrating MySQL database from Amazon RDS to DigitalOcean

This blog post describes the migration process from EC2 instance to a DigitalOcean droplet

MySQL in the Cloud - Online Migration from Amazon RDS to your own server (part 2)

It's challenging to move data out of RDS for MySQL. We will show you how to do the actual migration of data to your own server, and redirect your applications to the new database without downtime.

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MySQL in the Cloud - Online Migration from Amazon RDS to EC2 instance (part 1)

RDS for MySQL is easy to get started. It's a convenient way to deploy and use MySQL, without having to worry about any operational overhead. The tradeoff though is reduced control.

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New NinesControl Features Simplify Running MySQL & MongoDB in the Cloud

A quick review of the newest features included in the NinesControl 3.0 launch including WebSSH, Google Compute, adding nodes, and Disabling automatic recovery

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