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24-Jun-2022

A workaround of adding custom container to KubeDB managed Databases

Add custom containers in KubeDB managed Database Let’s assume you have a KubeDB managed Database deployed in your Kubernetes environment. Now, You want to inject a sidecar container in the database StatefulSet in order to extend and enhance the functionality of existing containers. Currently, KubeDB doesn’t have support for custom container insertion yet. We will discuss a workaround to run a custom container along with the managed-containers. Suppose, you are running a KubeDB-managed MySQL database, and you need to monitor the general query logs.

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Deploy Sharded Redis Cluster on Kubernetes using KubeDB

Summary On 22nd June 2022, Appscode held a webinar on ”Deploy Sharded Redis Cluster On Kubernetes using KubeDB”. The essential contents of the webinars are: Introducing the concept of Redis Shard Challenges of running Redis on Kubernetes What KubeDB offers to face those challenges Live Demonstration Q & A Session Description of the Webinar Earlier in this webinar, We discussed the Cluster mode in Redis. In cluster mode, we can divide our data into different shards.

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Deploy TLS secured ProxySQL Cluster for KubeDB provisioned MySQL Group Replication in Kubernetes

Summary On JUN 8, 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on “Deploy TLS secured ProxySQL Cluster for KubeDB provisioned MySQL Group Replication in Kubernetes”. The essential contents fo this webinar are: ProxySQL initial setup made easy with KubeDB TLS secured frontend and backend connections for ProxySQL Load balance with ProxySQL cluster Failover recovery of ProxySQL cluster node Custom configuration in a declarative way Q&A session Description of the Webinar The speaker started the webinar with a basic introduction of ProxySQL.

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Managing MongoDB with Arbiter on Kubernetes using KubeDB

Summary On 1st June 2022, Appscode held a webinar on Managing MongoDB with Arbiter on Kubernetes using KubeDB. Key contents of the webinars are: Introducing the concept of MongoDB Arbiter Importance of voting in MongoDB How Arbiter works on Replica-set database & Sharded cluster. Live Demonstration Q & A Session. Description of the Webinar Earlier in this webinar, We discussed about the Arbiter feature for MongoDB. Where we showed how to use kubeDB’s newly introduced feature MongoDB-Arbiter.

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Load Balance MySQL Group Replication with TLS secured ProxySQL Cluster

Overview ProxySQL is an open source high performance, high availability, database protocol aware proxy for MySQL. To know more about ProxySQL, you may refer to the Link. From the KubeDB release v2022.05.24 we have added ProxySQL support for KubeDB MySQL. Now you can provision a ProxySQL server or cluster of ProxySQL servers with declarative yamls using KubeDB operator. With KubeDB operator, you can provision ProxySQL with much less effort than usual.

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3-Jun-2022

Run Elasticsearch with SearchGuard Plugin in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview KubeDB is the Kubernetes Native Database Management Solution which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup, Recovery, Failure detection, and Repair for various popular databases on private and public clouds. The databases that KubeDB supports are Elasticsearch, MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. Elasticsearch has many distributions like ElasticStack, OpenSearch, SearchGuard, OpenDistro etc.

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31-May-2022

Monthly Review - May, 2022

Releases Announcing KubeDB v2022.05.24 We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2022.05.24. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since the last release. This release offers some major features like MySQL Semi-Synchronous Replication, MongoDB Arbiter, PGBouncer, MariaDB Schema Manager, ProxySQL, Redesigned Redis, Elasticsearch V8, OpenSearch Dashboard, etc. It also contains various improvments and bug fixes. Link: https://blog.byte.builders/post/kubedb-v2022.05.24/ Introducing Stash v2022.05.18 We are very excited to announce Stash v2022.

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PostgreSQL Connection Pooling in Kubernetes using Kubedb PgBouncer

Summary On 25th May 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on PostgreSQL Connection Pooling in Kubernetes using Kubedb PgBouncer. The essential contents of this webinar are: PgBouncer Clustering. Update PgBouncer Configuration. TLS configuration for client & server. Q & A Session. Description of the Webinar At first, in this webinar, the speaker talked about what database connection pooling is and why it is essential for PostgreSQL. Then we talked about what PgBouncer is and its architecture.

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Running Production-Grade Databases on Kubernetes - Challenges and Solutions

As containers are taking over the world of software development, Kubernetes has emerged as the platform that lets developers seamlessly deploy, scale, run applications, and manage their life cycles. Kubernetes is a DevOps game-changer since it allows teams to focus on applications and deployment rather than worrying about the underlying infrastructure. Given the multi-cloud environment in which DevOps teams perform, Kubernetes abstracts the cloud provider and enables enterprises to build cloud-native applications that can run anywhere.

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24-May-2022

Announcing KubeDB v2022.05.24

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2022.05.24. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since the last release. This release offers some major features like MySQL Semi-Synchronous Replication, MongoDB Arbiter, PGBouncer, MariaDB Schema Manager, ProxySQL, Redesigned Redis, Elasticsearch V8, OpenSearch Dashboard, etc. It also contains various improvments and bug fixes. You can find the detailed changelogs here. MySQL We have added support for semi-synchronous replication.

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Use Loki with KubeDB

For many years, logs have been an essential part of troubleshooting application and infrastructure performance. In Kubernetes, the logging mechanism becomes more crucial to managing and monitoring services and infrastructure. In this post, we are going to give you a full setup guide about Grafana Loki setup for collecting logs from KubeDB pods and how you can generate alerts based on those logs. Here is the outline of this post:

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Challenges of Autoscaling Databases in Kubernetes

Summary On 18th May 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on Challenges of Autoscaling Databases in Kubernetes. The key contents of the webinar are: What is a stateful workload? Kubernetes StatefulSet and its features? Why auto-scaling? Advantages? Problem with database horizontal scaling How does KubeDB implement managed horizontal scaling? Challenges of auto-scaling databases using VPA How does KubeDB implement auto-scaling? Auto-scaling architecture. Live demonstration of MongoDB sharded cluster auto-scaling Description of the Webinar Earlier in the webinar, we discussed the stateful workloads.

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16-May-2022

Run MySQL in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview KubeDB is the Kubernetes Native Database Management Solution which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup, Recovery, Failure detection, and Repair for various popular databases on private and public clouds. The databases that KubeDB supports are MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MySQL database in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

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KubeDB AutoOps: Automate Day 2 Life-cycle Management for Databases on Kubernetes

Summary On April 13, 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on KubeDB AutoOps: Automate Day 2 Life-cycle Management for Databases on Kubernetes. The key contents of the webinars are: Introduction to KubeDB AutoOps KubeDB AutoOps Components: Recommendation Generator Supervisor Demo Q & A Session Description of the Webinar At first, we gave an overview of KubeDB AutoOps. AutoOps is an addition of technology or concept that performs tasks automatically or with minimal human assistance.

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15-Apr-2022

Run MariaDB in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are MongoDB, MariaDB, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MariaDB database in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy MariaDB Clustered Database Install Stash Backup MariaDB Database Using Stash Recover MariaDB Database Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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31-Mar-2022

Managing MySQL Semi-Synchronous Cluster Using KubeDB

Summary On 30th March 2022 Appscode held a webinar on “Managing MySQL Semi-synchronous Cluster using KubeDB”. Key contents of the webinars are: Semi-synchronous Replication steps to setup Semi-synchronous replication Creating and Managing MySQL Semi-synchronous cluster using kubeDB Automatic failover of semi-synchronous cluster using kubedb Description of the Webinar The webinar starts with a discussion about various MySQL replication technologies. Then we discuss the details of MySQL semi-synchronous replication. Describe its nature and then move on with what to do if we want to set up a semi-synchronous cluster and the difficulties we will be facing regarding doing things manually.

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28-Mar-2022

Announcing KubeDB v2022.03.28

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2022.03.28. This release is a bug fix release for v2022.02.22 . In this release we have fixed a memory leak in Postgres sidecar (known as pg-coordinator) which will cause the postgres pod to restart due to OOMKill by Kubernetes. Our regular feature release is planned to be out in 2 weeks. If you are not affected by this particular issue, you can ignore this patch release.

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28-Mar-2022

Run & Manage MongoDB in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are MongoDB, MariaDB, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, Percona XtraDB, ProxySQL, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MongoDB database in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy MongoDB ReplicaSet Database Install Stash Backup MongoDB Database Using Stash Recover MongoDB Database Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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23-Mar-2022

Managing Opensearch cluster in Kubernetes using KubeDB

Summary On 23rd March 2022, Appscode held a webinar on Managing Opensearch cluster in Kubernetes using KubeDB. Key contents of the webinars are: Deploy Opensearch cluster Deploy and manage Opensearch Dashboards instance Version Upgrade of Opensearch Cluster using KubeDB Ops Request Configure Opensearch Dashboard with Custom configurations Description of the Webinar Earlier in this webinar, we discussed in detail about Opensearch, it’s functionalities and use cases.

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MariaDB Alerting and Multi-Tenancy Support by KubeDB

Summary On 16th March 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on “MariaDB Alerting and Multi-Tenancy Support by KubeDB”. Speakers talked about the following contents: MariaDB Alerts Database Server Alerts Galera Clustering Alerts Custom Resource Alerts (MariaDB, MariaDBOpsRequest) Stash Alerts MariaDB Schema Manager Create Database Schema User Management using vault Initialize database from volume source Restore snapshot using stash MariaDB Alerts The webinar is started with showing the workstation where a three node MariaDB Cluster and a Stash backup configuration were running.

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Elasticsearch Hot-Warm-Cold Architecture Management with Kibana in Kubernetes

Summary On 2nd March 2022, Appscode held a webinar on Elasticsearch Hot-Warm-Cold Architecture Management with Kibana in Kubernetes. Key contents of the webinars are: Deploy Hot-Warm-Cold Elasticsearch Cluster Deploy Kibana Instance with ElasticsearchDashboard CR Deploy Logstash and Filebeat Monitor Kubernetes Logs with ELK Stack Configure Index Lifecycle Management for Hot-Warm-Cold Nodes Description of the Webinar Earlier in this webinar, they discussed in detail about Hot-Warm-Cold Architecture for Elasticsearch. They created an elasticsearch instance with hot-warm-cold architecture.

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1-Mar-2022

Run & Manage Redis in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are Redis, MariaDB, MySQL, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Percona XtraDB, ProxySQL, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy Redis database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Redis Database Install Stash Backup Redis Using Stash Recover Redis Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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MariaDB Auto-Scaling and Reconfiguration in Kubernetes Native way using KubeDB

Summary AppsCode held a webinar on “MariaDB Auto-Scaling and Reconfiguration in Kubernetes Native way using KubeDB”. This took place on 17th Feb 2022. The contents of what took place at the webinar are shown below: Deploy KubeDB Provisioned MariaDB Cluster Volume Expansion Reconfigure MariaDB Storage Autoscaling Compute Autoscaling Q&A Session Description of the Webinar It is required to install the followings to get started: KubeDB Provisioner KubeDB Ops-Manager KubeDB Autoscaler Prometheus Metrics Server Vertical Pod Autoscaler Topolvm Provisioner(Or any storageclass that allows volume expansion) Live demo of the webinar is started with provisioning a MariaDB Cluster of 3 nodes using KubeDB Provisioner Operator.

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22-Feb-2022

Announcing KubeDB v2022.02.22

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2022.02.22. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since the last release. This release offers support for the Schema Manager for multi-tenancy, MySQL read replica, ElasticsearchDashboard (Kibana), Elasticsearch configurable JVM heap, MongoDB reprovision opsRequest, MongoDB configurable ephemeral storage, MongoDB JS file support in reconfigure opsRequest, MariaDB storage and compute autoscaling, MariaDB offline volume expansion, MariaDB reconfigure opsRequest, Postgres offline volume expansion, Redis disable authentication, etc.

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14-Feb-2022

Run & Manage OpenSearch in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, Percona XtraDB, ProxySQL, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. Elasticsearch has many distributions like ElasticStack, OpenSearch, SearchGuard, OpenDistro etc. KubeDB provides all of the distribution’s support under the Elasticsearch CR of KubeDB. In this tutorial we will deploy OpenSearch cluster. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy OpenSearch Cluster Install Stash Backup OpenSearch Using Stash Recover OpenSearch Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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MongoDB and PostgreSQL Multi-Tenancy Support by KubeDB Schema Manager

Summary On 3rd Feb 2022, Appscode held a webinar on MongoDB and PostgreSQL Multi-Tenancy Support by KubeDB Schema Manager. Key contents of the webinars are: Creating Schema manager for MongoDB & PostgreSQL User & credential management using Vault Initialize Databases with Scripts given in Volume sources Restoring the BackUp data using Stash Description of the Webinar Earlier in this webinar, they discussed Multi-tenancy support for MongoDB. Where they created several database-schemas using kubeDB’s newly introduced features Schema Manager.

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31-Jan-2022

Run & Manage MariaDB in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are MariaDB, MySQL, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, Percona XtraDB, ProxySQL, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MariaDB database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone MariaDB Database Install Stash Backup MariaDB Database Using Stash Recover MariaDB Database Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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MySQL Read Replica and Multi tenancy Support by KubeDB

Summary On 26th Jan 2020 Appscode held a webinar on “MySQL Read Replica and Multi tanancy Support by KubeDB”. Key contents of the webinars are: MySQL Read Replica Creating and Managing Read Replicas using kubeDB Multi Tenancy Creating and managing Multi Tenant Database Schemas using KubeDB Schema Manager. Description of the Webinar Earlier in the webinar they discuss mysql read replica and configure a KubeDB managed MySQL Instance to Allow Read Replica.

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14-Jan-2022

Run & Manage MySQL in GKE Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MySQL, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, Percona XtraDB, ProxySQL, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MySQL database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone MySQL Database Install Stash Backup MySQL Database Using Stash Recover MySQL Database Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following steps to install KubeDB.

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21-Dec-2021

Announcing KubeDB v2021.12.21 (Includes Log4j CVE Fixes)

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2021.12.21. The headline feature of this release is that it has the support for log4j CVEs fixed images: elasticsearch:7.16.2, elasticsearch:6.8.22, and opensearch:1.2.2. These docker images are using Log4j 2.17.0. ElasticsearchVersion The corresponding ElasticsearchVersion CROs for the elasticsearch:7.16.2, elasticsearch:6.8.22, and opensearch:1.2.2 are: $ kubectl get esversion NAME VERSION DISTRIBUTION DB_IMAGE DEPRECATED AGE kubedb-xpack-7.16.2 7.16.2 KubeDB kubedb/elasticsearch:7.16.2-xpack-v2021.12.24 12s opensearch-1.2.2 1.2.2 OpenSearch opensearchproject/opensearch:1.2.2 12s xpack-6.

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30-Nov-2021

Announcing KubeDB & Stash v2021.11.24

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB and Stash v2021.11.24. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.09.30. The headline features of this release are OpenSearch support, InnoDB Cluster support for MySQL, support for PostgreSQL version 14.1 and PostGIS. General API Improvements Custom Labels/Annotations Support: Now you can provide custom labels/annotations to the pods, pod’s controller (ie. StatefulSets), and services for any supported databases.

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30-Sep-2021

Announcing KubeDB v2021.09.30

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2021.09.30. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.09.09. The headline features of this release are Redis Sentinel mode support and Offline volume expansion support for MongoDB. The detailed commit by commit changelog can be found here. Redis Added support for provisioning Redis sentinel mode instances with sentinel monitoring Added TLS support for Sentinel Monitoring Cluster MongoDB In this release, we have added support for Offline volume expansion of MongoDB nodes.

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27-Sep-2021

Introducing KubeVault v2021.09.27

We are very excited to announce the release of KubeVault v2021.09.27 Edition. The KubeVault v2021.09.27 contains major rework of the CRDs for self-service mode usage with KubeDB or GitOps use-cases. It makes managing user privileges extremely easy for KubeDB managed databases or any other databases as long as users provide necessary connection information. Install KubeVault KubeVault is a Kubernetes operator for HashiCorp Vault. The Vault is a tool for secrets management, encryption as a service, and privileged access management.

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13-Sep-2021

Announcing KubeDB v2021.09.09

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2021.09.09. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.08.23. This release is primarily a bug fix release for v2021.08.23. We have also added support for MongoDB 5.0.2. The detailed commit by commit changelog can be found here. KubeDB API Various KubeDB supported databases currently uses a coordinator sidecar for failover and recovery of clustered databases. This includes PostgreSQL, MongoDB, MySQL, MariaDB and Redis.

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30-Aug-2021

Panopticon, A Generic Kubernetes State Metrics Exporter - Webinar

Summary AppsCode held a webinar on “Panopticon: A Generic Kubernetes State Metrics Exporter”. This took place on 26th August 2021. The contents of what took place at the webinar are shown below: What is Panopticon? Background story of Panopticon? Key features of Panopticon. Comparison between Panopticon and kube-state-metrics Demo Generate metrics for KubeDB MongoDB custom resource using Panopticon Generate metrics for Deployment using Panopticon Q & A Session Description of the Webinar At present, there is no available state metrics exporter for Kubernetes custom resources.

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24-Aug-2021

Announcing KubeDB v2021.08.23

We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2021.08.23. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.06.23. This release offers support for the latest Kubernetes version 1.22. The KubeDB CLI now has exciting new features. MongoDB now uses the official docker images. Elasticsearch supports the latest xpack and opendistro versions and provides pre-built Docker images with snapshot plugins. KubeDB managed Redis now provides Password Authentication for the default user.

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Introducing Panopticon, A Generic Kubernetes State Metrics Exporter

We are excited to introduce Panopticon, a generic Kubernetes resource state metrics exporter. It comes with a lot of features and customization options. What is Panopticon? Panopticon is a generic state metrics exporter for Kubernetes resources. It can generate Prometheus metrics from both Kubernetes native and custom resources. Generated metrics are exposed in /metrics path for the Prometheus server to scrape. Background We wanted to collect state metrics from our various products (eg, KubeDB, Stash and other).

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5-Aug-2021

Manage PostgreSQL in GKE Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MongoDB, Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Redis and Memcached. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy PostgreSQL database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Database Install Stash Backup Using Stash Recover Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following steps to install KubeDB. Step 1: Get Cluster ID We need the cluster ID to get the KubeDB License.

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30-Jul-2021

Managing Cloud Infrastructure in Kubernetes using Kubeform - Webinar

Summary AppsCode held a webinar on “Managing Cloud Infrastructure in Kubernetes using Kubeform”. This took place 29th July 2021. The contents of what took place at the webinar are shown below: What is Kubeform Key Features of Kubeform Kubeform Architecture Demo Create the resource Update the resource Delete the resource Upcoming Features Q & A Session Overview From this demo we get an in depth view of what Kubeform is and how Kubeform works.

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21-Jul-2021

Managing Production Grade PostgreSQL in Kubernetes Using KubeDB - Webinar

Summary AppsCode held a webinar on “Managing Production Grade PostgreSQL in Kubernetes Using KubeDB”. This took place 15th July 2021. The contents of the webinar is shown below: What makes a database production-grade? What KubeDB Managed PostgrSQL offers? Demo Deploy TLS secure PostgreSQL Version Upgrade Reconfiguration Delete and Restore from Backup Description of the Webinar Demo From this demo we get an in depth view of how the KubeDB PostgrSQL operator works.

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12-Jul-2021

Manage MongoDB in GKE Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MongoDB, Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Memcached and Redis. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MongoDB database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Database Install Stash Backup Using Stash Recover Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following steps to install KubeDB. Step 1: Get Cluster ID We need the cluster ID to get the KubeDB License.

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6-Jul-2021

Manage MySQL in Openshift Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MongoDB, Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Memcached and Redis. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MySQL database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Database Install Stash Backup Using Stash Recover Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following steps to install KubeDB. Step 1: Get Cluster ID We need the cluster ID to get the KubeDB License.

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25-Jun-2021

Managing Production Grade Elasticsearch in Kubernetes Using KubeDB - Webinar

Summary AppsCode held a webinar on “Managing Production Grade Elasticsearch in Kubernetes Using KubeDB”. This took place 24th June 2021. The contents of what took place at the webinar is shown below: What makes an Elasticsearch Cluster production-grade? Why KubeDB Managed Elasticsearch? Demo Deploy TLS secure Elasticsearch Version Upgrade Horizontal Scale up and down Delete and Restore from Backup Q & A Session Description of the Webinar Demo From this demo we get an in depth view of how the KubeDB Elasticsearch operator works.

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23-Jun-2021

Announcing KubeDB v2021.06.23 and Stash v2021.06.23

We are pleased to announce a dual release of KubeDB v2021.06.23 and Stash v2021.06.23. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.04.16. This release offers support for the latest Kubernetes version v1.21.1, MongoDB 4.4.2, Elasticsearch 7.13.2. This release adds support for automated Day 2 operations for MariaDB and PostgreSQL databases. There has been various bug fixes across the board that improves the fault tolerance of the KubeDB operator.

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22-Jun-2021

Manage MariaDB in Openshift Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MongoDB, Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Redis. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MariaDB database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Database Install Stash Backup Using Stash Recover Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following steps to install KubeDB. Step 1: Get Cluster ID We need the cluster ID to get the KubeDB License.

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14-Jun-2021

Manage MongoDB in Openshift Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB support are MongoDB, Elasticsearch, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Redis. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MongoDB database. We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy Standalone Database Install Stash Backup Using Stash Recover Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the following sub-steps to install KubeDB. Step 1: Get Cluster ID We need the cluster ID to get the KubeDB License.

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19-Apr-2021

KubeDB v2021.04.16 - Improved Features and Bug Fixes

We are pleased to announce KubeDB v2021.04.16. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.03.17. This release offers the latest images for MySQL and MariaDB official databases. A new phase Pendinghas been added to MongoDB, MySQL and Elasticsearch databases to specify that the opsrequest of that database has not been started. Elasticsearch and PostgreSQL now supports Custom User(UID). Various Bugs have been fixed in Postgres, Elasticsearch, MongoDB, MariaDB and MySQL.

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18-Mar-2021

KubeDB v2021.03.17- Introducing MariaDB and Re-designed PostgreSQL operator

We are pleased to announce KubeDB v2021.03.17. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since v2021.01.26. This release offers MariaDB support with Galera Clustering, Backup and Recovery, TLS and many more features. It also contains the fix for the PostgreSQL data loss issue. The support for the PostgreSQL TLS configuration and the support for official TimescaleDB images has also been added to this release. MariaDB We are very excited to announce that MariaDB support has been added to KubeDB.

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