Charm Store now includes Galera Cluster

Canonical and Codership are excited to announce that the Galera Cluster charm is now available for use in the Juju Charm Store. With 300 charms and growing, the charm store is your destination for cloud­based enterprise applications.

Galera Cluster is a high availability solution to protect against unwanted or planned downtime and for high scalability solution for MySQL based solutions on premises or in cloud. With Galera Cluster, MySQL databases can be used in different geographical locations. They can be set up to work as one multi­master cluster, which provides fast local reads and writes to any location. Galera thereby offers disaster recovery against data center down­time and power outages.

“With the combination of Galera Cluster and Juju, users will now be able easily deploy, scale and manage a true multimaster cluster,” said Stefan Johannson, Global Software Alliances Director at Canonical.

“Galera Cluster is trusted by thousands of companies, ranging from small on­line businesses to e­commerce giants and telecom companies for MySQL high availability. With Canonical we are making OpenStack high availability easier than ever”, said Sakari Keskitalo, COO at Codership.

Codership is a valued partner of Canonical’s Charm Partner Program and its OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL).

The Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make best use of Canonical’s cloud orchestration tool, Juju; enabling instant workload deployment, integration, and scaling at the click of a button. Juju makes it easy to deliver complete solutions in minutes, on virtually any public or private cloud.

OIL is an integration lab in which we test our cloud partners’ products in countless Ubuntu OpenStack configurations, currently working with over 3,000 combinations per month.

To learn more about Canonical’s partner programmes, please visit http://partners.ubuntu.com/.

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