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Percona MySQL University: Looking for a venue in Toronto next month

Thank you to everyone who attended Percona MySQL University in Raleigh, N.C. We had a great turnout and a lot of positive feedback! What’s next for Percona MySQL University? Next week we’re going to hold events in Montevideo and Buenos Aires which are gathering significant local interest! In March we’re focusing on Toronto – We’ll […]

European and North American Training Schedule Announced

Ensuring that everyone has a chance to attend Percona’s training for MySQL, we are announcing the following dates for Europe. You can always find the current schedule at Percona Training. The dates for Europe are: Live Virtual Training: Developer Training for MySQL Begins Monday, August 27, 2012 , 9am – 11am, Greenwich Mean Time Madrid, España Begins Monday, […]

Looking for InnoDB/XtraDB hacker

We are happy to see that Percona Server/XtraDB and XtraBackup are raising popularity and to keep excitement we want to have more features and more performance fixes! If you are experienced software engineer and feel strong enough to hack InnoDB/XtraDB code we invite you to join our development team to work on the following (but […]

The two even more fundamental performance metrics

In a recent blog post, I wrote about four fundamental metrics for system performance analysis. These are throughput, residence time, “weighted time” (the sum of all residence times in the observation period — the terminology is mine for lack of a better name), and concurrency. I derived all of these metrics from two “even more […]

Sample datasets for benchmarking and testing

Sometimes you just need some data to test and stress things. But randomly generated data is awful — it doesn’t have realistic distributions, and it isn’t easy to understand whether your results are meaningful and correct. Real or quasi-real data is best. Whether you’re looking for a couple of megabytes or many terabytes, the following […]

Percona is looking for a Support Engineer

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.