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Thursday, 17 December 2015 11:09

Percona and Severalnines expand partnership to Include MongoDB

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The combination of Percona Server for MongoDB and Severalnines ClusterControl enables businesses to automate the deployment, monitoring, managing and scaling a NoSQL database infrastructure

Enterprise-class MySQL and MongoDB solutions and services business Percona, announced it is expanding its partnership with Severalnines to offer ClusterControl for Percona Server for MongoDB, enabling subscribers of Percona Support for MongoDB to access the advanced deployment, monitoring, management, and scaling solutions available from Severalnines.

Solution highlights include;  

  • Supports on-premise and Amazon Web Services deployments, providing the broadest flexibility to deploy, monitor, manage and scale Percona Server for MongoDB.
  • Can also be used to manage and monitor existing MongoDB servers.
  • Enables a single pane of glass to be used for all MySQL and MongoDB servers.
  • Deployment and management options include single MongoDB instances, replica sets, and sharded clusters.

Percona has offered Severalnines ClusterControl for XtraDB Cluster and other MySQL clustering solutions since early 2014. Percona also provides support for Severalnines ClusterControl Enterprise Edition when purchased from Severalnines or Percona and used with a cluster deployment covered by a Percona Support subscription that includes coverage for Percona Server for MongoDB, Percona XtraDB Cluster, or MySQL Cluster.

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