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.

Intro

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

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

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

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

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

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  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.

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


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