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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.

Watch the tutorial: backup best practices for MySQL, MariaDB and Galera Cluster

These are the replay details of our webinar on backup strategies and best practices for MySQL, MariaDB and Galera clusters. If you missed the session, would like to watch it again or browse through the slides, they’re now online for viewing.

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.

Using the Galera Replication Window advisor to avoid SST

In Galera Cluster, the gcache provides incremental state transfers by sending transactions to joining nodes. But if the gcache file is too small, this may cause full state snapshot transfers. The Galera replication window advisor will continuously review if your gcache size is large enough.

Video: ClusterControl Command Line Client (CLI) Product Demonstration

This video details the features and functions that are available in the new ClusterControl Command Line Client (CLI).

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Database Automation: Integrating the ClusterControl CLI with your ChatBot

The new ClusterControl command line client allows easy integration with other automation and collaboration tools, such as chatbots. Instead of integrating the CLI in your own chatbot, you can use the Hubot based ClusterControl chatbot called CCBot alternatively.

How to use s9s -The Command Line Interface to ClusterControl

s9s is our official command line tool to interact with ClusterControl. We’re pretty excited about this, as we believe its ease of use and script-ability will make our users even more productive. Let’s have a look at how to use it.

Webinar - How to use ClusterControl from the command line and integrate with your DevOps tools

The Severalnines command line interface offers an open source alternative for the web-based ClusterControl User Interface on the command line. You can perform almost any deployment, management or scaling task from the command line.

Command Line Aficionados: Introducing s9s for ClusterControl

Meet s9s - the new command line interface (CLI) for ClusterControl, the all-inclusive open source database management system. It’s a new tool to interact, control and manage your entire database infrastructure using ClusterControl.