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Become a MongoDB DBA: Monitoring and Trending (part 2)

This is our fourth post in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series. It will give a deep dive in monitoring MongoDB: which metrics should you pay attention to, and why?

What's new in ClusterControl Documentation

This blog post provides update information about technical documentation for ClusterControl and is aimed at MySQL, MariaDB, Percona, MongoDB & PostgreSQL users.

Sign up for our webinar on monitoring MongoDB (if you’re really a MySQL DBA)

In this second webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, we will show you how to monitor MongoDB and discuss the most important metrics to keep an eye on.

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Performing a Live Upgrade to MySQL 5.7

Once we’ve tested that our application works with MySQL 5.7, what is the best way to introduce 5.7 in our live environment? How can we minimize risks? What tools can help facilitate the process?

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MySQL on Docker: Building the Container Image

In this post, we will show you two ways how to build a MySQL Docker image - changing a base image and committing, or using Dockerfile. We’ll show you how to extend the Docker team’s MySQL image, and add Percona XtraBackup to it.

Webinar: Become a MongoDB DBA - What to Monitor (if you’re really a MySQLer)

In this second webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, we will show you how…

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Severalnines Launches #MySQLHA CrowdChat

This post discusses the official launch of our #MySQLHA Crowdchat. This CrowdChat is brought to you by Severalnines and is hosted by a community of subject matter experts. CrowdChat is a community platform that works across Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to allow users to discuss a topic using a specific #hashtag. We are focusing on the hashtag #MySQLHA in this CrowdChat.

What to test before upgrading to MySQL 5.7

With the behaviour of some existing features changing in MySQL 5.7, how do you ensure an upgrade will not adversely affect your applications? This blog post looks at how to prepare and perform regression tests.

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The Holy Grail Webinar Replay: MySQL Database Performance Tuning

This is the replay of a webinar that discusses database performance tuning for MySQL databases.

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Understand what has changed between MySQL 5.6 and 5.7 before upgrading

With MySQL 5.7, new features have been added and some existing behaviors have been altered. This may cause potential issues with your database setup if you neglect proper research and testing - new behavior may not be compatible with your application. Find what needs to be checked before you start planning upgrade to MySQL 5.7.

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