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MySQL on Docker: Running a MariaDB Galera Cluster without Orchestration Tools - DB Container Management - Part 2

So you’ve deployed MariaDB cluster on Docker, what next? What do you do when containers fail or are rescheduled, and IP addresses change? How do you ensure that the database adapts to changes to the underlying container configurations? In this follow-up blog post, we’ll look into cluster management and orchestration of Galera cluster on Docker.

Deploying PostgreSQL on a Docker Container

This blog provides a high level overview and tips and tricks for deploying your PostgreSQL database on Docker.

MySQL on Docker: Running a MariaDB Galera Cluster without Container Orchestration Tools - Part 1

Container orchestration tools do not always play nicely with database clusters. In this blog post, we are going to look into how to run a MariaDB Galera Cluster on Docker containers using the standard Docker image on multiple Docker hosts without the help of orchestration tools like Swarm or Kubernetes.

ClusterControl on Docker

This blog describes how to utilize a Docker image file to install a containerized version of ClusterControl.

MySQL on Docker: Multi-Host Networking for MySQL Containers (Part 2 - Calico)

This blog post covers the basics of deploying MySQL containers with Project Calico, a simple, pure layer 3 networking approach with no overlays for networking "workloads" such as VMs and containers.

MySQL on Docker: Introduction to Docker Swarm Mode and Multi-Host Networking

This blog post covers the basics of managing MySQL containers on top of Docker swarm mode and overlay network.

MySQL on Docker: Building the Container Image

In this post, we will show you two ways how to build a MySQL Docker image - changing a base image and committing, or using Dockerfile. We’ll show you how to extend the Docker team’s MySQL image, and add Percona XtraBackup to it.