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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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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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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