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Press Release: Severalnines expands the reach of European scientific discovery

ClusterControl platform enables data management for Europe’s largest research agency CNRS

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Please take part in our open source database management survey

Open source database management survey April 2015.

Still Time for an Early Look at NinesControl (beta) for MySQL & MongoDB

Sign up for the NinesControl beta program for MySQL, MongoDB and PostgreSQL users.

Press Release: Severalnines serves up Turkish delight for iyzico’s payment platform

Announcement of the collaboration between Severalnines and iyzico, which created a secure database management system offering high-availability.

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Your Database, Any Cloud - Introducing NinesControl (beta)

Early access to the NinesControl beta program for MySQL, MongoDB and PostgreSQL users.

We need your feedback: please participate in our open source database management survey

Open source database management survey February 2016.

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We’re hiring! We’re looking for an (open source) marketing campaigns manager!

We’re looking for a creative marketing campaigns manager, if possible with an open source background, and good experience in marketing automation.

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s9s Tools and Resources: Momentum Highlights for MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and more!

This is a summary of latest resources for MongoDB, PostgreSQL and MySQL database administration.

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Webinar Replay & Slides: Polyglot Persistence for the MongoDB, MySQL & PostgreSQL DBA

This webinar discusses the four major operational challenges for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL and includes a live demo.

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Press Release: Percona and Severalnines Expand Partnership to Include MongoDB

Severalnines and Percona expand their partnership, enabling subscribers of Percona Support for MongoDB to access the advanced deployment, monitoring, management, and scaling solutions available from Severalnines’ ClusterControl.

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