455 blog posts in 12 categories
Severalnines Support Engineer Art van Scheppingen demonstrates the top features and functions of ClusterControl by Severalnines.
New live webinar on ClusterControl 1.4, the all-inclusive database management system that lets you easily deploy, monitor, manage and scale highly available open source databases on-premise or in the cloud. With focus on new features for MySQL & MongoDB.
MySQL replication setups are inevitably related to failovers - what do you do when your master fails and your applications are not able to write to the database anymore? Automated failover is required if you need to quickly recover an environment to keep your database up 24x7. This blog post discusses this new replication feature recently introduced in ClusterControl 1.4.
This blog post shows you how to deploy and configure ProxySQL from ClusterControl 1.3.3, on top of a master-slave replication setup. ProxySQL is an SQL-aware load balancer. It allows you to automatically do read-write split of your traffic, by sending writes to your writeable master and sending reads to the read-only slaves.
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.
ClusterControl has come a long way since its release in 2012. Here are some interesting facts and figures on how it’s being used and by whom.
This blog post will go through new replication features in ClusterControl 1.4.0, including enhanced multi-master deployment, managing replication topology changes, automated failover and handling of replication errors.
Release of ClusterControl 1.4 with key new features related to MySQL Replication and MongoDB in particular, along with performance improvements and bug fixes.
Need tips on how to secure your MongoDB setup and protect yourself against ransomware? We have collected ten tips that are easy to follow and execute on your MongoDB databases.
When performing schema changes online, it is important to be able to control the performance impact on our running databases. This blog post discusses gh-ost’s throttling mechanism. We will also cover the runtime configuration changes that gh-ost allows.