Percona Monitoring and Management 2.15 Brings Even MORE Reasons to Upgrade to PMM v2!

Percona Monitoring and Management - 2.15

In November of 2020, we announced that in early 2021 Percona was slated to release a version of Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) v2 that would include all of the critical functionality users of PMM v1 have come to know and love over the years. In our initial blog, we also addressed some of […]

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Percona Distribution for MongoDB 4.4.4, Bug Fix in Percona Server for MongoDB: Release Roundup March 1, 2021

Release Roundup March 1, 2021

It’s release roundup time again here at Percona!
Our Release Roundups showcase the latest Percona software updates, tools, and features to help you manage and deploy our software. It offers highlights and critical information, as well as links to the full release notes and direct links to the software or service itself to download.
Today’s post […]

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Connection Queuing in pgBouncer: Is it a Magical Remedy?

Connection Queuing in pgBouncer

Yes, this post is about connection queueing, not just pooling. Because “connection pooling” – pre-created connections as a pool – is a much-celebrated feature. Almost every discussion on connection pool/pgBouncer starts with the overhead of establishing a new connection to PostgreSQL… and how pre-created connections in the pool can save the world.
But there is […]

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Webinar March 18: Moving Your Database to the Cloud – Top 3 Things to Consider

Moving Your Database to the Cloud

Join Rick Vasquez, Percona Technical Expert, as he discusses the pros and cons of moving your database to the cloud.
Flexibility, performance, and cost management are three things that make cloud database environments an easy choice for many businesses. If you are thinking of moving your database to the cloud you need to know the […]

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MySQL Monitoring and Reporting Using the MySQL Shell

Monitoring Using the MySQL Shell

MySQL Shell is the advanced MySQL client, which has many excellent features. In this blog, I am going to explain the MySQL shell commands “\show” and “\watch”. Both commands are very useful to monitor the MySQL process. It provides more insights into the foreground and background threads as well. 
“\show” and “\watch” are the MySQL […]

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