Swedish database management provider Severalnines has updated its ClusterControl database automation to cut down time for businesses to deploy, monitor, manage and scale multiple open source databases.
The latest version of ClusterControl now offers users the ability to create their own custom programs, also called advisors, to automate more tasks and increase productivity via an Integrated Developer Studio. Advisors can range from setting up a simple alert system to a complex prediction engine for cluster-wide automation.
Vinay Joosery, Co-Founder and CEO of Severalnines said: “ClusterControl’s programming environment is like an open system that gives real-time access to the entire database infrastructure, from workload metrics to configuration files, logs and even direct access to the complete Linux BASH environment of the hosts. With the latest release of ClusterControl, we’re allowing IT to control their database environment in ways that was previously difficult to accomplish, or even outright impossible.”
Alexander Yu, Vice President of Products, added: “Our language is effective for flexible automation and programming. IT teams can use mathematical and statistical functions to act on time series data sets, execute remote commands on their cluster hosts and run SQL statements across their servers. Sticking to our community ethos, the advisors we make available are under an open source MIT licence, so users can either improve our work or create their own.”