Atlas is an Open Source tool that simplifies using the Infrastructure as Code approach for your database schemas. In this article, we will give it a try for MySQL and PostgreSQL databases running in containers.
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We continue experimenting with KeyDB as a high-performance Redis alternative. This time, we’ll cover its fault-tolerant multi-master setups and share our practical use cases.
We had an etcd cluster deployed in the production K8s cluster and used for a third-party app. Here is a list of configurations we used and actions we performed to migrate it without impacting the running app.
Swapping Redis for KeyDB is not a silver bullet. However, we had another positive experience recently when it helped to get better performance with minimum engineering efforts.
CloudNativePG is a new Kubernetes operator for PostgreSQL DBMS, released early this year. Let’s examine its main features and compare them with other existing solutions.
Renewing Let’s Encrypt root certificates for legacy CentOS, handling an error in DNS records with Ingress, restoring a PgSQL table from a backup, dealing with a tricky sharding problem in Elasticsearch, and more.
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