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Percona XtraDB Cluster performance monitoring and troubleshooting: Webinar

 | February 14, 2014 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs, MySQL, Percona XtraDB Cluster, Technical Webinars


Join Peter Boros and the CTO of Severalnines Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. Pacific for the webinar "Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting of Percona XtraDB Cluster."Next Wednesday, Severalnines CTO Johan Andersson and I will co-present a webinar about ClusterControl, a cluster management tool created by Severalnines that can monitor Percona XtraDB Cluster. It provides DBAs with the right metrics to manage and optimize applications during development and production.

In the webinar, titled “Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting of Percona XtraDB Cluster,” we will discuss ClusterControl in general, and then we will explain how to install ClusterControl 1.2.5 in agentless mode. This is a particularly interesting use-case for me because in this mode, ClusterControl can take control of monitoring and management of an existing cluster without deploying anything to the cluster nodes themselves. This means that you can run clustercontrol with leaving your own infrastructure management in place (it doesn’t matter if it’s chef or puppet or ansible or anything else).

We will also show some typical scenarios where Percona XtraDB Cluster can have bad performance, and check how can ClusterControl help to detect related issues. We’ll demonstrate how to use ClusterControl trend graphs, custom dashboards, alerting and other features to monitor performance and track down the source of related problems.

I’m looking forward to this webinar and invite you to join us Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. Pacific time. You can register here to reserve your spot. I also invite you to submit questions ahead of time by leaving them in the comments section below. Thanks for reading and see you next Wednesday!

Peter Boros

Peter joined the European consulting team in May 2012. Before joining Percona, among many other things, he worked at Sun Microsystems, specialized there in performance tuning and was a DBA at Hungary's largest social networking site. He also taught many Oracle University MySQL courses. He has been using and working with open source software from early 2000s. Peter's first and foremost professional interest is performance tuning. He currently lives in Budapest, Hungary with his wife and son.

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