ClusterControl’s point-and-click interface lets you automate deployment and scaling of database setups securely to get production-ready, clustered environments up and running in a very short time. Our database deployment tools eliminate the need for guesswork or time-consuming experimentation with different open source utilities.

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Orchestrate your databases in 5

Deploy brand new, fit for purpose open-source instances or import existing ones in 5 steps and take back control.

Deploy anything, anywhere

Choose your environment/s and servers, databases and their versions and their distributions, and components, such as load balancers.

Automate, but control

ClusterControl automatically deploys single and multi-node instances according to your configuration details.

Full-lifecycle operations for the most advanced databases

Bring clusters under ClusterControl’s “control” for completeness via the import process. “Cluster” is any replication environment or cluster using the most popular open-source solutions.

Choose your degree of dependency with hybrid deployments

Reduce vendor lock-in and choose how much you want to depend on each solution, on-premise, and cloud. With ClusterControl, you deploy the environments where it makes the most sense according to that environment’s purpose, with a unified cloud credential store.

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My organization is considering using multiple cloud providers, but the risk of growing unexpectedly is huge. What can ClusterControl do here?

Use ClusterControl for the cloud provider you choose. You can add in the credentials according to each cloud and each user and ensure provisioning is done with that controlled user.

In addition to deploying on-premise or in the cloud, what about backups?

Backups can be stored locally or on the cloud, irrespective of where the database is, so really, the choice is yours. Store a GCP database backup on AWS S3 if you have an account there.

Can I convert an existing cloud DBaaS into a ClusterControlled database?

The way to do this would be to take a backup of the existing database and store that in a place accessible from ClusterControl so that the restore could be done from cloud backup storage.

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