Hybrid Operations

Deploy and manage your database estate’s entire lifecycle across environments, from a true single pane of glass. Is your workload On-premises? No problem. In the cloud? You’re good to go. What about hybrid? Definitely.

Perform hybrid ops

Implement a true single pane of glass

Deploy and manage all of your database instances from one platform, across environments.

Extend your on-premises workloads

Seamlessly deploy clusters and individual nodes and upload backups to the cloud.

Move freely among environments

Freely migrate your workloads to any environment as your use case changes.

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.

Single pane of glass management console

Regardless of technology, networking setup, operating system, or database flavor, you can manage all deployments and environments from your on-premise to local data center and / or to your cloud provider on one console and use common terminology across all your functional areas from security to load balancers—making orchestration yours.

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Your DBA is Absent: What Do You Do?

I have existing monitoring tools for each of my clusters that I’m used to and don’t require too much dedication. What’s the single pane of glass going to give me that the others don’t?

ClusterControl is more than just a monitoring tool, it’s an orchestrator in all senses. This means for both on-premise and cloud. And you have one go-to console in order to execute everything you need when thinking DBaaS or bringing existing development environments into production, or providing HA to those environments that weren’t created with that in mind.

It sounds like just another console via a web server that needs provisioning and impacts my already complicated IT architecture.

You can deploy ClusterControl in a virtual machine or use the docker image or even via various marketplaces available, so it’s less of a challenge in the sense of maintaining another environment.

I’d like to play with and install it first before entering into any agreement or contract. Can I?

Installation is simple, and there are specific pricing plans to be aware of. However, the first 30 days can be enjoyed for free here.

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