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HAProxy Connections vs MySQL Connections - What You Should Know

Max connections determines the maximum number of connections to the database server. This can be set on both the database server, or the proxy in front of it. In this blog post, we’ll dive into HAProxy and MySQL maximum connections variables, and see how to get the best of both worlds.

Become a PostgreSQL DBA: Adding Additional Nodes To a Replication Setup

Master-slave replication setups can be very useful, as they provide multiple copies of the data for high availability or for scale out purposes. Master slave replication setups can be ver useful as they provide multiple copies of the data from a redundancy perspective., We will show you how to add nodes to an existing PostgreSQL replication setup using ClusterControl.

Automating and Managing MongoDB in the Cloud

This blog provides an overview of setting up ClusterControl for MongoDB on Amazon Web Services, including deploying a MongoDB replica set, and demonstrating several key features of ClusterControl relevant to MongoDB.

Watch the Replay: MySQL on Docker - Understanding the Basics

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

New Tutorial: MySQL & MariaDB Load Balancing with ProxySQL

Our new ProxySQL Tutorial gives you everything you need to learn about in order todeploy, manage and maximize this exciting new database-aware load balancing technology.

Automating and Managing Open Source Databases for Streaming Video Applications

StreamAMG is Europe’s largest player in online video solutions, helping football teams such as Liverpool FC, Aston Villa, Sunderland AFC and the BBC keep fans watching from across the world. Here we discuss their database challenges with them and how ClusterControl helps them overcome these.

Considerations When Running ClusterControl in the Cloud

We increasingly see companies moving their database workloads from on-premise bare-metal infrastructure to public cloud. There are some considerations to take into account when running ClusterControl to manage your databases in the cloud.

DIY Cloud Database on Amazon Web Services - New Whitepaper

This new whitepaper provides a step-by-step guide to setup your AWS environments and how-to configure it for optimal database operations; incl. an example overview of how to automate the deployment and management of a MongoDB cluster using ClusterControl.

How to Deploy ClusterControl on AWS to Manage your Cloud Database

This blog post describes a process of deploying ClusterControl in AWS in order to manage standalone/replicated/clustered MySQL/MariaDB, MongoDB (replica sets or sharded clusters) or PostgreSQL (streaming replication).

ClusterControl in the Cloud - All Our Resources

You can deploy ClusterControl on premise or in the cloud. This blog describes some of the benefits of the cloud and provides some resources to help you get your databases up and running with ClusterControl.