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MySQL on Docker - How to Containerize Your Database - New Whitepaper

This whitepaper covers the basics you need to understand when considering running a MySQL service on top of Docker container virtualization.

Our Most Popular Database Blog Posts in 2017

These are the most popular Severalnines Open Source Database blogs from 2017.

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Open Source Databases in 2017 and Trends for 2018

This blog features a video from our CTO and founder Johan Andersson on ClusterControl & databases in 2017 and our predictions for 2018.

Watch the Replay: MySQL on Docker - Understanding the Basics

Watch the replay of our webinar on understanding the basics of running MySQL on Docker.

Percona Live Dublin - Event Recap & Our Sessions

This blog details Severalnines participation at Percona Live Dublin 2017 and includes the slides of the sessions we presented.

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Galera Cluster: All the Severalnines Resources

This blog aggregates all the great resources we have created to help you understand, deploy, manage, monitor and scale Galera Cluster.

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MySQL on Docker: Running Galera Cluster with ClusterControl on Kubernetes

In our previous posts, we showed how one can run Galera Cluster on Kubernetes. This blog post covers how ClusterControl being part of the stack helps in running your Galera Cluster.

Docker: All the Severalnines Resources

Severalnines was an early believer in Docker and have developed many exciting resources and tutorials on how to utilize Docker for open source database management.

ClusterControl on Docker

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

MySQL on Docker: Running Galera Cluster on Kubernetes

In our previous posts, we showed how one can run Galera Cluster on Docker Swarm, and discussed some of the limitations with regards to production environments. Kubernetes is widely used as orchestration tool, and we’ll see whether we can leverage it to achieve production-grade Galera Cluster on Docker.