Webinar Thursday Sept. 15: Identifying and Solving Database Performance Issues with PMM

PMMPlease join Roman Vynar, Lead Platform Engineer on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 10 am PDT (UTC-7) for a webinar on Identifying and Solving Database Performance Issues with PMM.

Database performance is the key to high-performance applications. Gaining visibility into the database is the key to improving database performance. Percona’s Monitoring and Management (PMM) provides the insight you need into your database environment.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how using PMM for query analytics, in combination with database and host performance metrics, can more efficiently drive tuning, issue management and application development. Using PMM can result in faster resolution times, more focused development and a more efficient IT team.

Register for the webinar here.


PMMRoman Vynar, Lead Platform Engineer
Roman is a Lead Platform Engineer at Percona. He joined the company to establish and develop the Remote DBA service from scratch. Over time, the growing service successfully expanded to Managed Services. Roman develops the monitoring tools, automated scripts, backup solution, notification and incident tracking web system and currently leading Percona Monitoring and Management project.

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  • Alessio

    Hi Roman,
    thanks a lot for the presentation and developing the monitoring tool. It’s well engineered and very useful.
    I have installed the server and added a host to the monitoring today. The hosts runs 3 MySQL instances and I needed a bit of work to have them monitored, but worked in the end.
    What I am experiencing is that quite some load (CPU time) is used by the mysqld_exporter and node_exporter processes, is this expected? There is little activity on the MySQL instances. I suspect this may be related to the sampling frequency, is there any way to modify it as a parameter?


    September 16, 2016 at 1:42 pm

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