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Changes in v2.0.0

Initial Release: May 14th, 2024

  • Build:
    • clustercontrol2-2.2.3-1338
    • clustercontrol-controller-2.0.0-8821
    • clustercontrol-cloud-2.0.0-400
    • clustercontrol-clud-2.0.0-400
    • clustercontrol-ssh-2.0.0-166
    • clustercontrol-notifications-2.0.0-344
    • clustercontrol-mcc-2.2.0-66
    • clustercontrol-proxy-2.2.0-9
    • s9s-tools-1.9.2024051420-release1

Welcome to the May release of ClusterControl. This update includes support for Redis Cluster and scaling of ClusterControl in high-volume node or multi-tenant environments. ClusterControl Operations teams can now deploy ClusterControl within Kubernetes using a Helm chart and provision database clusters using a ClusterControl Terraform provider. Additionally, this version supports the latest major releases of MongoDB, and Debian.

Key Features

Support for Redis Cluster

A distributed implementation of the popular in-memory data store, Redis. It is designed to provide high availability and horizontal scalability by dividing the dataset into multiple partitions and distributing them across multiple nodes:

  • Deploy & Import.
  • System and database dashboards.
  • Cluster topology view.
  • Configuration files management.
  • Backup and restore – local storage only and retention setting.
  • Scaling
    • Add and remove primaries or replicas
  • Limitations – These features will be addressed in an upcoming release:
    • Backup management
    • Cloud storage
    • Advanced settings – compression, encryption, verify backup
    • Minor upgrades
    • User access (ACL) management

ClusterControl Operations Center

Horizontal scaling of ClusterControl:

  • Use multiple ClusterControl installations / CMON controllers to handle large-volume environments of 1000+ nodes.
  • Provide multi-tenancy isolation where each tenant is assigned their own CMON Controller.
  • Consolidate and manage multiple CMON controllers from a single point/web application.
  • Aggregated status dashboard.
  • Clusters, Nodes, and CMON Controllers.
  • CMON-Proxy LDAP authentication.
  • Limitations:
    • WEB SSH (disabled / non-functional with the current release)

Terraform Provider for ClusterControl – 

  • Use Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools to provision ClusterControl resources such as database clusters, nodes, and load balancers.
  • Integrate ClusterControl with your existing Terraform manifests and CI/CD pipeline environments..
  • Use our Terraform Provider to seamlessly provide automatic database cluster provisioning on public and private clouds.
  • Documentation –

ClusterControl Helm Chart –

New Major Versions support

  • MongoDB 7
  • Debian 12


  • PITR with MSSQL Server ‘transaction log’ backups.
  • MySQL binary log backups (and restore) to/from cloud storage:
    • A new backup method named ‘binlog’.
    • Separate backups of the MySQL binary logs.
  • CC UI:
    • Misc UI/UX improvements

Known Limitations

  • Major upgrades with TimescaleDB v13 and v14:
    • ‘copy’ and ‘link’ method is currently not working properly.
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