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MySQL Webinar: Percona XtraDB Cluster Operations, June 26

 | June 18, 2013 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements, Percona XtraDB Cluster, XtraDB Cluster


Percona XtraDB ClusterPercona XtraDB Cluster (PXC) was released over a year ago and since then there has been tremendous interest and adoption.  There’s plenty of talks that explain the fundamentals of PXC, but we’re starting to reach a threshold where it’s easier to find folks with PXC in production and such the need for more advanced talks has arisen.

As such, I wanted to shift gears from the standard introductory talk and focus instead more on some key questions/issues/pain-points for those with PXC in production already.   As such, I’m giving a webinar entitled Percona XtraDB Cluster Operations on June 26th 2013 from 10-11AM PDT.  Topics will include:

  • Backups from the cluster
  • Avoiding SST
  • Flow Control
  • What and How to Monitor
  • Tuning best practices

This webinar is not meant to necessarily be exhaustive, but to cover key topics that administrators of PXC will commonly ask about.  You can register for the webinar here.

Jay Janssen

Jay joined Percona in 2011 after 7 years at Yahoo working in a variety of fields including High Availability architectures, MySQL training, tool building, global server load balancing, multi-datacenter environments, operationalization, and monitoring. He holds a B.S. of Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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