Author - Dimitri Vanoverbeke

Q & A on Webinar “Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB”

Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB

We had great attendance, questions, and feedback from our “Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB” webinar which was recorded and can be viewed here. Without further ado, here are your questions and their responses.
Q: What is the recommended path to go from MongoDB Community 3.4 (no Percona) to Percona for MongoDB 4.2?
We would […]

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Webinar Tues 8/14: Amazon Migration Service: The Magic Wand to Migrate Away from Your Proprietary Environment to MySQL

Amazon Migration Service to migrate to MySQL

Please join Percona’s Solution Engineer, Dimitri Vanoverbeke as he presents Amazon Migration Service: The Magic Wand to Migrate Away from Your Proprietary Environment to MySQL on Tuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 7:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) / 10:00 AM EDT (UTC-4).

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Percona Server for MongoDB: Dashing New LDAP Authentication Plugin

LDAP Authentication

This blog post is another in the series on the Percona Server for MongoDB 3.4 bundle release. In this blog, we’ll look at the new LDAP authentication plugin. 
Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye… With the arrival of version 3.4, Percona has included an LDAP plugin in Percona Server for MongoDB. Authentication is an essential […]

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Different Types of MySQL Replication Solutions

MySQL Replication

In this blog post, I will review some of the MySQL replication concepts that are part of the MySQL environment (and Percona Server for MySQL specifically). I will also try to clarify some of the misconceptions people have about replication.
Since I’ve been working on the Solution Engineering team, I’ve noticed that – although information […]

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Query Language Type Overview

super_read_only system variable

This blog provides a query language type overview.
The idea for this blog originated from some customers asking me questions. When working in a particular field, you often a dedicated vocabulary that makes sense to your peers. It often includes phrases and abbreviations because it’s efficient. It’s no different in the database world. Much […]

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