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Monitoring your Databases with ClusterControl

Observability is critical piece of the operations puzzle - you have to be able to tell the state of your systems based on trending data presented in the form of graphs and alerts. Ideally, this data will be available from one single location. This blog explains how ClusterControl can work as a monitoring hub for all your database systems.

Visualizing your Cluster Topology in ClusterControl

Topology View provides a visual representation of your database nodes and load balancers in real time, in a simple and friendly interface and without the need to install any additional tools.

Ten Tips on How to Achieve MySQL and MariaDB Security

This blog gives you 10 suggestions on how to improve the security of your MySQL or MariaDB installations.

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.

Infrastructure Automation - Deploying ClusterControl and MySQL-based systems on AWS using Ansible

This blog post has the latest updates to our ClusterControl Ansible Role. It now supports automatic deployment of MySQL-based systems (MySQL Replication, Galera Cluster, NDB Cluster).

Webinar Replay & Slides: How to build scalable database infrastructures with MariaDB & HAProxy

Replay of the webinar with WooServers and Severalnines on how CloudStats.me moved from MySQL to clustered MariaDB with HAProxy and MaxScale for high availability.

Become a MySQL DBA blog series - Understanding the MySQL Error Log

We are yet to see a software that runs perfectly, without any issues. MySQL is no exception there. It’s not the software’s fault - we need to be clear about that. We use MySQL in different places, on different hardware and within different environments. It’s also highly configurable. All those features make it great product but they come with a price - sometimes some settings won’t work correctly under certain conditions.

Become a MySQL DBA blog series - Database upgrades

In this blog post, we will cover one of the most basic tasks of the DBA - minor and major database upgrades. This is the sixth installment in the ‘Become a MySQL DBA’ blog series. Our previous posts in the DBA series include Replication Topology Changes, Schema Changes, High Availability, Backup & Restore, Monitoring & Trending.

Become a MySQL DBA blog series - Common operations - Replication Topology Changes

This is the fifth installment in the ‘Become a MySQL DBA’ blog series, and discusses one of the most common operations a DBA has to handle - replication topology changes and planned failover. Our previous posts in the DBA series include Schema Changes, High Availability, Backup & Restore, Monitoring & Trending.

Become a MySQL DBA blog series - Common operations - Schema Changes

This is the fourth installment in the 'Become a MySQL DBA' series, and discusses the different approaches to schema changes in MySQL. Our previous posts in the DBA series include High Availability, Backup & Restore and Monitoring & Trending.

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