Running MongoDB in Kubernetes with Percona Operator is not only simple but also by design provides a highly available MongoDB cluster suitable for mission-critical applications. In the latest 1.8.0 version, we add a feature that implements Point-in-time recovery (PITR). It allows users to store Oplog on an external S3 bucket and to perform recovery […]Read more
Percona Kubernetes Operators support various options for storage: Persistent Volume (PV), hostPath, ephemeral storage, etc. In most of the cases, PVs are used, which are provisioned by the Operator through Storage Classes and Persistent Volume Claims.
Storage Classes define the underlying volume type that should be used (ex. AWS, EBS, gp2, or io1), file system […]
Percona Kubernetes Operators allow users to simplify deployment and management of MongoDB and MySQL databases on Kubernetes. Both operators allow users to store backups on S3-compatible storage and leverage Percona XtraBackup and Percona Backup for MongoDB to deliver backup and restore functionality. Both backup tools do not work with Azure Blob Storage, which is […]Read more
It is no secret that compute and storage costs are the main drivers of cloud bills. Migration of data from the legacy data center to the cloud looks appealing at first as it significantly reduces capital expense (CapEx) and keeps operational expenses (OpEx) under control. But once you see the bill, the lift and […]Read more
More and more companies are adopting GitOps as the way of implementing Continuous Deployment. Its elegant approach built upon a well-known tool wins the hearts of engineers. But even if your git repository is private, it’s strongly discouraged to store keys and passwords in unencrypted form.
This blog post will show how easy it is […]