Severalnines & Codership present: how to manage Galera Cluster using ClusterControl

Presented by Krzysztof Ksiazek and Seppo Jaakola
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Watch the replay of this special webinar as we combine forces with the Codership Galera Cluster Team to talk about how to manage Galera Cluster using ClusterControl!

Galera Cluster is now probably the most popular high availability solution for MySQL and MariaDB; and ClusterControl is the de facto automation and management system for Galera Cluster.

Together, we demonstrate what it is that makes Galera Cluster such a popular high availability solution for MySQL and MariaDB and how to best manage it with ClusterControl.

We discuss the latest features of Galera Cluster with the Codership Team, the creators of Galera Cluster. And we look at how to automate it all from deployment, monitoring, backups, failover, recovery, rolling upgrades and scaling using the ClusterControl CLI (for a change, we also have a GUI of course).

Agenda

  • Introduction
    • About Codership, the makers of Galera Cluster
    • About Severalnines, the makers of ClusterControl
  • What’s new with Galera Cluster
    • Core feature set overview
    • The latest features
    • What’s coming up
  • ClusterControl for Galera Cluster
    • Deployment
    • Monitoring
    • Management
    • Scaling
  • Live Demo
  • Q&A

Presenters

Krzysztof Ksiazek

Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, is a MySQL DBA with experience managing complex database environments for companies like Zendesk, Chegg, Pinterest and Flipboard.

Seppo Jaakola

Seppo Jaakola, Founder of Codership, has over 20 years experience in software engineering. He started his professional career in Digisoft and Novo Group Oy working as a software engineer in various technical projects. He then worked for 10 years in Stonesoft Oy as a Project Manager in projects dealing with DBMS development, data security and firewall clustering. In 2003, Seppo Jaakola joined Continuent Oy, where he worked as team leader for MySQL clustering product. This position linked together his earlier experience in DBMS research and distributed computing. Now he’s applying his years of experience and administrative skills to steer Codership to a right course. Seppo Jaakola has MSc degree in Software Engineering from Helsinki University of Technology.

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