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Vagrant box with Severalnines database cluster deployment scripts

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Prerequisites

General

Using Vagrant's Multi-VM environment makes launching several VMs to form a cluster painless and it's easy to quickly start playing with the various database clusters and our Severalnines's ClusterControl in a contained environment.

NOTE: The vagrant box file's size is 390MB and can take some time to download.
(Mar/14): ClusterControl 1.2.5, MySQL Cluster 7.3, Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.6, Codership 5.6, MongoDB 2.4.x
(May/13): MySQL Cluster 7.2.12, Codership Galera 5.5.29(Source distribution, wsrep_23.7.3.r3853), Percona XtraDB Cluster 5.5.30-30.2(Percona Server (GPL), Release 30.2, wsrep_23.7.4.r3843), Mongodb 2.4.x

This vagrant box comes with a set of Severalnines's database cluster deployment scripts to bootstrap the following:

  • 3 node Galera Cluster for MySQL (Codership and Percona builds).
  • 4 node MySQL Cluster. 2 SQL nodes, 2 MGM nodes and 2 Data nodes.
  • 1 sharded MongoDB Cluster with config servers and routers on 3 hosts.

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Opscode's Chef, MySQL Galera and Severalnines's ClusterControl

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In the next following sections I'll be using Chef to deploy a MySQL Galera cluster on EC2 and then monitor and manage it using Severalnines's ClusterControl.

In the end we should have 5 nodes deployed:

* 1 Node with Chef Server and serving also as a Chef workstation using Chef v0.10.8
* 3 Nodes running MySQL Galera v5.5.23.6
* 1 Node running ClusterControl v1.1.28

The distribution used for the EC2 nodes in this post is Ubuntu Server 11.10 and the Chef version used is 0.10.8. 

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