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Your Database, Any Cloud - Introducing NinesControl (beta)

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

ClusterControl 1.2.12 - The Full Monty Release for MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB & PostgreSQL

Release of ClusterControl 1.2.12 with key new features, such as support for the latest versions of MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB & PostgreSQL, operational reports and enhanced backup options, along with performance improvements and bug fixes.

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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Become a ClusterControl DBA: Managing your logfiles

Learn about where to find the various system and database log files for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL and learn how to identify and resolve issues using ClusterControl’s log functionalities.

s9s Tools and Resources: Polyglot Persistence webinar for MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL - and more!

Check out our resources for MongoDB, MySQL, MariaDB and PostgreSQL

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Severalnines breaks records on MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDB

Severalnines, a database automation pioneer which helps businesses deploy and manage open source databases in any environment, closes 2015 on a high with new customer wins and new hires. Severalnines is entirely self-funded, having taken no external capital, allowing its product team to focus solely on solving pressing customer and community user needs.

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Become a ClusterControl DBA: performance monitoring and health

In the previous two blog posts we covered both deploying the four types of clustering/replication (MySQL / Galera, MySQL Replication, MongoDB & PostgreSQL) and managing/monitoring your existing databases and clusters. So, after reading these two first blog posts you were able to add your 20 existing replication setups to ClusterControl, expand them and additionally deployed two new Galera clusters while doing a ton of other things. Or maybe you deployed MongoDB and/or PostgreSQL systems.

Webinar Replay & Slides: Deploying MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL & MariaDB’s MaxScale in 40min

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our recent live webinar on ‘ClusterControl 1.2.11 - new release’ led by Art van Scheppingen , Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines. The replay and slides to the webinar are now available to watch and read online.

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ClusterControl Tips & Tricks: wtmp Log Rotation Settings for Sudo User

ClusterControl requires a super-privileged SSH user to provision database nodes. If you are running as non-root user, the corresponding user must able to execute sudo commands with or without sudo password. Unfortunately, this could generate another issue where performing remote command with “sudo” requires an interactive session (tty).