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November 26, 2021

Install SQL Server on Linux using ClusterControl

Microsoft has taken a big step in releasing SQL Server Linux for users to build their applications. That’s great news for organizations where the only requirement is that you should be using SQL Server 2017...

November 15, 2021

ClusterControl now supports SQL Server 2019

We are pleased to announce the latest release of ClusterControl, version 1.9.1. This version of ClusterControl comes with support for SQL Server 2019 and MongoDB versions 4.4 and 5.0,  as well as more functionality improvements...

October 13, 2021

Zero Downtime Upgrades Made Easy with ClusterControl

“Keep your database upgraded to the latest version - it’s for your safety” is something you may frequently hear as sound advice and best practice when it comes to database management. On the other hand,...

October 8, 2021

How to use Cluster-to-Cluster Replication in a Galera Cluster

Previously, we announced a new ClusterControl 1.7.4 feature called Cluster-to-Cluster Replication. It automates the entire process of setting up a disaster recovery cluster off your primary cluster, with replication in between. With this feature: One...

October 6, 2021

Upgrading PostgreSQL 11 to PostgreSQL 13 with TimescaleDB and PostGIS in Linux using pg_upgrade

Businesses and enterprises using old versions of PostgreSQL (PG) face challenges when upgrading to at least the most recent stable version from PostgreSQL 12 or PostgreSQL 13. There are many reasons why upgrading to the...

September 21, 2021

Preparing Your Databases For a COVID Battle with ClusterControl

During these COVID-ridden days, chances are that your database instances are facing a lot of problems. Some of these problems might be related to performance issues (we mean, have you ever thought about how many...

September 14, 2021

Overview of SQL Server Requirements on Linux and Comparison with Windows SQL Server

In a previous article, Introduction to SQL Server on Linux, we learned about the SQL Server on Linux overview, features, performance, and high-availability concepts at a high level. Traditionally, SQL Server is a Windows-based relational...

September 13, 2021

Introduction to SQL Server on Linux

Microsoft SQL Server is an excellent choice for a relational database with key benefits including performance, security, reliability, and total cost of ownership. A few exciting features of SQL Server are outlined below: SQL Server...

September 13, 2021

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux coming soon to ClusterControl

It is our mission to provide support for the most popular databases so that ops teams only need one control plane to automate their database lifecycle operations. That’s why we’re excited to announce our upcoming...

September 9, 2021

Still Looking for a Machine That Unleashes the Power in Your Database Instances?

If you are a frequent reader of database-related blogs, you have probably heard about the Severalnines blog. Well, we mean, you are reading it right now, aren’t you? And if you’re reading the Severalnines blog,...

September 8, 2021

ClusterControl supports Redis with version 1.9

If you are a frequent user of ClusterControl, you might have heard that the Severalnines team recently released ClusterControl version 1.9.0. The full changelog can be found here, but in this blog post, we are...

September 7, 2021

Your DBA is Absent: What Do You Do?

If you are running a company, chances are that you already have a lot of things to take care of - you need to hire developers, designers, perhaps a couple of security experts, as well...

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