So we’re back from the company meeting which took place last week in Hurghada, Egypt. It was a great opportunity to meet a lot of people for the first time in person to work together and have some fun.
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Our company, Percona is even more Virtual than MySQL AB – we have no offices and 100% of staff members work out of their homes (or traveling, onsite with customers etc). We also probably have just couple of cities where more than one Employee lives. Working as a virtual company has a lot of benefits […]
Percona, the company maintaining MySQL Performance Blog has a good presence on the conference this year. We have me (Peter), Vadim, Aurimas, Baron and Andrew attending the show. Alexey had to stay because he could not get Visa in time and Maciek is staying to be able to reliably service emergencies arising with our customers.
All Perconians are back home after spending January 19-25 near Cancun, Mexico for our fourth annual company meeting. A total of 60 people gathered at the Grand Palladium Resort & Spa on the Maya Riviera. 39 were Percona employees and 21 were family and guests. Earlier Percona gatherings were held in Egypt (2007), Turkey (2008), […]
As part of our growth process and with the introduction of our Support and Maintenance services, we’re looking for a new Support Engineer.
You would be a part of a unit that operates 24×7 and be the first line of contact for our customers.
Responsibilities include handling or dispatching emergencies and support requests, triaging incoming issues, and ensuring customers always get the attention they need.
Percona is hiring. As part of our growth process, we introduced the role of the Shift Support Captain in 2009 (see the original announcement here) to provide customers with a 24×7 technical contact person. The Shift Support Team dispatches incoming emergencies, assigns new issues, handles or escalates incoming Nagios alerts from some customers, and in […]
Kaj wrote me email yesterday asking if I was sleeping for a whole week or may be dead because I’m probably the only one of people blogging about MySQL who has not commented about announced Sun – MySQL Deal. In fact I was just on extremely busy travel schedule last week, so I’m just finding […]
I published slides from my two talks from our Egypt company meeting. First one is about Sphinx search engine. The originally presentation was prepared by Andrew Aksenoff, author of Sphinx for HighLoad.ru conference, I translated it on English for our meeting. And second about Mercurial version system, the tool we decided to use for our […]
After we released pquery to the community, and as we started logging bug reports with pquery testcases, it quickly became clear that pquery binaries with statically compiled-in client libraries would be of great convenience, both for ourselves and for the community. (If you haven’t heard about pquery yet, read the pquery introduction blog post, come and […]
Every day hundreds of millions of dollars are wasted by allowing improperly tuned or misconfigured systems, misunderstood infrastructure, and inefficient IT operations to live and thrive in data centers around the globe. There are both direct and indirect costs associated with allowing these unhealthy systems to continue to exist. Let’s look at some. The setup: […]