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ClusterControl new features webinar on May 24th

A new webinar during which we will be demonstrating how users can deploy, monitor, manage and scale your databases on the technology stack of their choice with ClusterControl.

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Please take part in our open source database management survey

Open source database management survey April 2015.

High Availability Log Processing with Graylog, MongoDB and ElasticSearch

This blog post discusses how to deploy a Graylog cluster, with a MongoDB Replica Set deployed using ClusterControl.

ClusterControl Developer Studio: automatically scale your clusters

This post describes how to automatically scale a MySQL Replication topology via advisors, written in the ClusterControl Developer Studio.

Become a ClusterControl DBA: User Management

Learn how to delegate tasks and grant access to users and groups in ClusterControl by utilizing User Management.

Automate your Database with CCBot: ClusterControl Hubot integration

This post describes how to automate your database with CCBot. integrate ClusterControl with your ChatOps infrastructure via Hubot. We will go through the steps.

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Integrating ClusterControl Alarms with Splunk

This blog shows how to integrate ClusterControl with a Log Management Tool like Splunk.

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Syslog Plugin for ClusterControl

This blog shows how to install and configure ClusterControl’s syslog plugin to forward alarms to the syslog facilities.

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ClusterControl Developer Studio: creating advisors using the MySQL performance schema

Learn how to write an advisor to analyze the MySQL performance schema and discover unused indexes and tables referenced without indexes.

ClusterControl Developer Studio: write your first database advisor

Advisors provide specific advice on how to address issues in areas such as performance, security, log management, configuration, storage space, etc. Learn how to write your first basic database advisor using the ClusterControl Developer Studio.