8 blog posts in 12 categories
ClusterControl 1.4 gives you more control over your MongoDB clusters. You can now easily convert replicaSets into Sharded Clusters, add/remove shards and perform other topology changes. We’ve also added some new advisors to keep track of replication lag and replication windows.
Sharding can be a painful exercise. Databases need to be split on multiple servers, data migrated, and applications have to be tweaked to be aware of the shards. However, there are ways to make this less painful. This blog explains how to use ProxySQL to shard a table to another cluster in ClusterControl without changing your application.
In our previous post, we showed you how to shard your MongoDB databases and covered the theory behind it. But you are not done yet. How do you monitor the shards to make sure they are performing, and that data is distributed evenly between your shards? And how do you consistently backup your data across shards? This is our ninth post in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series.
Learn in this new webinar how to scale and shard your MongoDB setup; and how to leverage ClusterControl to help you with that.
In this third webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, we will focus on scaling and sharding your MongoDB setup.
This blog post shows you how to set up a sharded MySQL setup based on MySQL Fabric and ProxySQL.
This blog post will introduce you to three different tools which are designed to help users shard their MySQL databases.
Why do we shard? How does sharding work? What are the different ways to shard a database? This post goes through some of the theory behind sharding.