Webinar Thursday, December 14, 2017: Best Practices for Right-Sizing Your Aurora FootprintTim Sharp
Join Percona Technical Account Manager Tim Sharp, Percona Senior MySQL DBA for Managed Services Dov Endress, and Lookout Director of Engineering Michael Fortson as they present Best Practices When Right-Sizing Your Aurora Footprint on Thursday, December 14, 2017, at 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST (UTC-8).
Tags: DBA, MySQL, Cloud, AWS, Lookout, Percona Managed Services
Lookout takes a mobile-first approach to security. It protects mobility for some of the world’s largest enterprises, critical government agencies and tens of millions of individuals worldwide. Uptime is critical for their applications, and Lookout needed to maintain their AWS environment performance – while still keeping an eye on the bottom line. This webinar discusses why Lookout chose Percona to help reduce their AWS architecture complexity and reduce costs, all while maintaining a great customer experience. This webinar covers:
- How Percona’s experts helped simply Lookout’s AWS architecture
- How the architecture changed, and both maximized AWS resources and minimized costs
- How Percona Monitoring and Management tracked metrics and prevent bottlenecks during the migration
By the end of the webinar, you will have a better understanding of the best practices Percona implemented when right-sizing Lookout’s Aurora footprint.
Tim joined Percona in the summer of 2013 as a MySQL Technical Account Manager. His areas of knowledge include embedded database technologies, customer service and the traditional Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP stack. In his free time, Tim enjoys cheese, IPA beer, exploring the hiking trails of Cascadia and knitting. Tim lives on Vancouver Island with his partner Aeron, a Bernese Mountain Dog named Maggy and a kitten called Peaches.
Dov joined Percona in the fall of 2015 as a senior support engineer. He learned BASIC in elementary school on an Apple IIE, and his first computer was a Commodore 64. Dov started working in the LAMP stack in 1999 and has been doing so ever since. He lives in northern Nevada with his wife, step-daughter, grandson, a clowder of cats and Macy – the best dog a person could meet. In his free time, he can be found somewhere outdoors or making things in the garage.