Version 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6 & 10.11

ClusterControl offers MariaDB and its bespoke niche functionalities like XtraDB, MaxScale, Spider, ColumnStore, and OQGRAPH, as well as classic MySQL-based features like replication via one, consolidated GUI.


Tech highlights


  • MariaDB
  • Operating system provided repository
  • Custom repository binaries

Replication types

  • Asynchronous
  • Semi-synchronous
  • XtraDB / Galera Cluster

Top features

  • Hybrid HA with built-in load balancers
  • Complete storage engine availability
  • Advanced cloud backups & restore

MariaDB + ClusterControl Data Sovereignty

Ensure data sovereignty and protect all backups using XtraBackup with all its options programmable from the console, encrypting and compressing backups on-premise or to the cloud. That’s restore too!

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Key features list

Lifecycle management
— Asynchronous replicationcheck
— Synchronous replicationcheck
— Add node / decommissioncheck
— Clone / duplicate nodecheck
— Load balancer (MaxScale)check
Backup & Restore
— Full, incremental, partialcheck
— Local and cloud storagecheck
— Point in Time Recovery (PITR)check
— Encryptioncheck
— Compressioncheck
Security and compliance
— Key Managementcheck
— LDAP integrationcheck
— Audit logcheck

Top rated Docs

Create a Database Cluster

Nodes docs

MySQL/MariaDB Replication docs

Top rated Blogs

What is MariaDB Enterprise and How to Manage it with ClusterControl?

ClusterControl – Advanced Backup Management – mariabackup Part I

Managing Multiple Database Technologies with ClusterControl

MariaDB and MySQL are sometimes misnamed and considered the same. How does ClusterControl deal with each?

Each deployment and processing of each technology is specific to each. Documentation may refer to both where there are common areas but are specific where it applies, e.g., backup tooling.

If I have MySQL but want to deploy MariaDB and use things like MaxScale, XtraDB, OQGRAPH, and SPIDER, do you cover that migration?

ClusterControl will deploy the MariaDB version you desire, from 10.3 to 10.11, so, as with any database migration, you will only have to import the data into the deployed MariaDB.

Can I import an existing MariaDB environment and then create a Spider sharding from that?

Yes, just take a look at how that’s done here.

6 easy steps to get started with ClusterControl