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Database-Aware Load Balancing: How to Migrate from HAProxy to ProxySQL

HAProxy is a great piece of software, but it may just not be enough for more demanding users and environments. How do you migrate from HAProxy to ProxySQL? This blog post explains the process and shows how ClusterControl can help.

Popular Docker Images for MySQL and MariaDB Server

There are many Docker images for MySQL and MariaDB, but which one should you use? This blog post lists the most popular Docker images that can be found on Docker Hub, the world's largest library and community for container images.

What’s New in ProxySQL 2.0

ProxySQL 2.0 has been released recently with quite a few interesting features, including causal reads, SSL for frontend connections and native support for Galera Cluster. In this blog post, we will explore these new features.

How to Run and Configure ProxySQL 2.0 for MySQL Galera Cluster on Docker

ProxySQL 2.0 has become GA and it comes with new exciting features such as GTID consistent reads, frontend SSL, Galera and MySQL Group Replication native support. This blog post shows how to run the new ProxySQL 2.x for Galera Cluster on Docker container, which is quite a bit different as compared to ProxySQL 1.x.

Basic Administration Comparison Between Oracle, MSSQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL

Supporting different types of databases in a mixed environment is not an easy task. In this blog post we will compare different types of RDBMS systems from the DBA/DevOps administration perspective.

Severalnines 2018 Momentum: Raising the Bar on MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL & MongoDB Management

Read about 2018 at Severalnines: from our top achievements of the year via our year-end video all the way through to our most read and watched content for MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL & MongoDB users.

MySQL on Docker: Multiple Delayed Replication Slaves for Disaster Recovery with Low RTO

A delayed replication slave is useful in recovering from accidental data deletion. But how long should the delay be? Too short delay might not be enough for you to get to a terminal and stop an offending query. Too long delay means a long recovery time when catching up.

This blog post shows how to deploy multiple MySQL delayed slaves on one single physical host with Docker, and shows some of the recovery scenarios.

MySQL on Docker: Running ProxySQL as Kubernetes Service

When your application containers are orchestrated and managed by Kubernetes, you might want to use ProxySQL in front of your database servers. In this post, we’ll show you how to configure ProxySQL as a Kubernetes service.

MySQL on Docker: Running ProxySQL as a Helper Container on Kubernetes

When your application containers are orchestrated and managed by Kubernetes, you might want to use ProxySQL to better take advantage of your distributed database service running on replication or Galera. In this post, we are going to cover how to run ProxySQL on Kubernetes as a helper container in a pod.

MySQL on Docker: How to Monitor MySQL Containers with Prometheus - Part 1 - Deployment on Standalone and Swarm

Prometheus is an open-source software for monitoring and alerting, it depends on exporters to ‘scrape’ information from e.g., MySQL running on Docker. In this blog, we’ll see how to deploy the database as well as the monitoring stack with Prometheus and its components. We’ll do this for both MySQL running on standalone Docker containers as well as a Galera Cluster running on Docker Swarm.

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