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The cloud native

database control plane

Run Any Database Anywhere
How to create a MySQL cluster

Why you need KubeBlocks

Building data infrastructure on K8s becomes increasingly popular. However, the most prominent obstacles are

the difficulties of integrating with cloud providers, the lack of reliable operators, and the steep learning

curve of K8s. KubeBlocks offers an open-source option that helps application developers and platform

engineers set up feature-rich services for RDBMS, NoSQL, streaming and analytical systems.

No need to be a K8s professional, anyone can set up a full-stack,

production-ready data infrastructure in minutes.

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Enhanced stateful workloads

Enhanced stateful workloads

KubeBlocks extends K8s StatefulSet capability with ReplicationSet and ConsensusSet workloads. They are aware of different roles in a database cluster, and choose the best update strategy with minimal impact on business continuity, monitoring data replication status and automatically fixing errors and lags.

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Rich day 2 operations

Rich day 2 operations

KubeBlocks handles the complexity and provides state-of-the-art management experience for MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, and MongoDB. It provides on-demand provisioning, scaling, monitoring, backup, and recovery, reducing the risk of database management and the time required to go from development to production.

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Powerful and intuitive CLI

Powerful and intuitive CLI

ClickOps is known for being time-consuming and error-prone. KubeBlocks offers kbcli for productivity. You can install KubeBlocks and launch a playground environment on a desktop or cloud with a single command. kbcli simplifies the learning curve of using data infra in Kubernetes.

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