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ClusterControl Tips & Tricks: Manage and Monitor Your Existing MySQL NDB Cluster

NDB Cluster is an advanced storage engine in MySQL, and provides automatic sharding and replication of data. However, it does take quite a bit of effort to administer. This blog post explains how to import MySQL NDB Cluster into ClusterControl so you can manage it from a web interface.

A New Way to Personalize Your PostgreSQL Monitoring with Prometheus

In this blog, we will see a new way to personalize your PostgreSQL monitoring with Prometheus. We will have a look at the newly released SCUMM architecture, how ClusterControl deploys Prometheus and exporters to collect database metrics and the graphs available in the different dashboards.

Custom Graphs to Monitor your MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB and PostgreSQL Systems - ClusterControl Tips & Tricks

This blog post will show you how to add custom graphs to ClusterControl to monitor specific MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB or PostgreSQL metrics.

How to Deploy MongoDB for High Availability

MongoDB provides ReplicaSets to help you address high availability database requirements. Although support for replication and failover is built-in, it is not enough for the database to be considered production-ready. That requires a set of policies and procedures, like getting alerted in case of performance slowdowns, anomalies or failures in a live environment. Backups are essential. Being able to automatically recover from different types of failures can drastically reduce downtime.

How to Deploy a Production-Ready MySQL or MariaDB Galera Cluster using ClusterControl

ClusterControl can be used to deploy open-source database clusters that are configured in complex topologies. The full high availability stack includes both database and proxy layers.

In this blog, we are going to show you how to deploy a production-grade Galera Cluster, complete with load balancers, for a high availability setup.

How to Monitor your Database Servers using ClusterControl CLI

In this blog post, we will show you how you can monitoring your database clusters using your terminal and the s9s Command Line Interface.

Monitoring your Databases with ClusterControl

Observability is critical piece of the operations puzzle - you have to be able to tell the state of your systems based on trending data presented in the form of graphs and alerts. Ideally, this data will be available from one single location. This blog explains how ClusterControl can work as a monitoring hub for all your database systems.

Setting up HTTPS on the ClusterControl Server

SSL is an important part of securing your ClusterControl installation. This blog post discusses HTTPS settings for ClusterControl and how to utilize them.

Updated: ClusterControl Tips & Tricks - Transparent Database Failover for your Applications

This blog shows you how to make database failure and failover transparent to your applications, by using HAProxy or ProxySQL.

Updated: ClusterControl Tips & Tricks: MySQL Query Performance Tuning

In this blog post, we’ll look into how ClusterControl can help you solve problems related to query performance using the Query Monitor.

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