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308 blog posts in 13 categories

How to perform Schema Changes in MySQL & MariaDB in a Safe Way

This blog describes best practices to make your database schema changes in MySQL and MariaDB flawless. We will walk you through different scenarios and recomment some approaches for each.

Galera Cluster Recovery 101 - A Deep Dive into Network Partitioning

Galera automatic node provisioning and membership control simplifies database cluster operation and improves the reliability of its replication technology. In this blog post, we are diving into the Galera recovery process in events where network partitioning happens.

New Webinar: Disaster Recovery Planning for MySQL & MariaDB with ClusterControl

Join Vinay Joosery, CEO at Severalnines, on June 24th for this new webinar during which he’ll explain key disaster recovery concepts and walk us through the relevant options from the MySQL & MariaDB ecosystem in order to meet different tiers of disaster recovery requirements; and learn how ClusterControl can help fully automate an appropriate disaster recovery plan.

New Whitepaper: Disaster Recovery Planning for MySQL & MariaDB

Wondering about disaster recovery (DR) planning for MySQL and MariaDB? Unsure about RTO and RPO? Should you have a secondary datacenter? How about DR in the cloud? Well, this is the resource for you. In this white paper, we’ll explore DR concepts and discuss the different options available from the MySQL & MariaDB ecosystem for meeting different levels of DR requirements.

How to Improve Performance of Galera Cluster for MySQL or MariaDB

Galera Cluster comes with many cool features and advantages over traditional asynchronous replication, but these do not automatically translate into higher performance. In this blog post, we will look at what drives MySQL/MariaDB Galera performance, and see how we can get the most out of the cluster.

Schema Management Tips for MySQL & MariaDB

Schema changes are not popular among database ops folks. They can be quite cumbersome in MySQL and MariaDB, and there are risks to the data as well as the availability of the database.

This blog describes the different types of schema change operations you can perform on MySQL and MariaDB, and presents some best practices to minimize disruptions to your operations.

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.

Comparing RDS vs EC2 for Managing MySQL or MariaDB on AWS

When managing MySQL on AWS, one has the choice between convenience of a hosting service like RDS, and the control and flexibility of running MySQL on EC2. This blog discusses the difference, with focus on the tradeoffs when using replication.

ChatOps - Managing MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL from Slack

CCBot helps you monitor and manage your database Infrastructure from Slack. ChatOps is about bringing your DevOps work to your chats and conversations within a team, e.g. Slack. You can deploy database clusters, get status information, trigger backups, add nodes to your cluster or replication setup by talking to a chatbot, which understands ClusterControl commands.

How to Benchmark Performance of MySQL & MariaDB using SysBench

How can you quickly evaluate performance of a database under intensive load? Welcome to sysbench. This blog gives you a good background of sysbench, and how you can use it to benchmark MySQL and MariaDB.

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