Cluster Databases
  • 06 Apr 2022
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Cluster Databases

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What's inside

We explain to you how to set up and use different databases on your Clusters.


Xelon HQ allows you to create a MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB databases on your Cluster without the management burden. It is a modern and cost-efficient alternative to manually installing, configuring, maintaining, and securing databases.


MySQL is a fast object-relational with an avid developer community. That's why it has a lot of third-party applications, tools, and libraries that expand the product's functionality.


PostgreSQL is an open source, object-relational database built with a focus on extensibility, data integrity, and speed. It supports dynamic loading and catalog-driven operations to let you customize data types, functions, and much more.


MongoDB is a cross-platform document-oriented database program for high-volume storage. It uses JSON-like documents with optional schemas.

Set up your database

  1. Go to Databases > Create Database


  1. In a wizard, select whether you want to create it on an existing Cluster, or a new one


  1. For a new Cluster, specify its name, set number of nodes, and configure parameters

  2. Select the Database Type, set a name, password, and storage volume

  3. When all set, click Deploy Database. You'll now see it on the list of all Databases within your organization.


Learn more about connecting to your Kubernetes Cluster in this article.

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