Open-source companies live by their community. Favorable buzz by community users is ultimately what’s made Percona software successful. Some users make further contributions in the form of expertise, source code, documentation, and more. As an open-source company in business for over 14 years, Percona welcomes contributions from our user community. Here’s how you can […]Read more
Prominent guest speakers at Percona Live ONLINE have previewed their upcoming May 19-20, 2020 talks on the Percona Community Blog. Each speaker explains their talk, why it’s exciting, who would benefit from attending, and what other talks they’re most looking forward to. Check out their remarks below, then register for free to attend!
Kaj Arnö […]Read more
The Call for Papers for Percona Live Europe 2019 is now open! This year’s conference will be held September 30 – October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Percona Live is the one conference for the entire open source database community, especially for MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and MariaDB. The theme of the 2019 conference is […]
MySQL 8.0 Code Contributions (Shutterstock)
An Oracle engineer thanked two Percona engineers by name, along with engineers from Facebook and elsewhere, for their recent MySQL 8.0 source code contributions. Oracle incorporated their work into its latest MySQL production release (8.0.13).
Percona’s Zsolt Parragi authored a patch for a rare replication bug that left locked mutexes […]
On Saturday July 16, Percona suffered a catastrophic failure of three disks on our primary web server. This was compounded by unexpected problems in recovery from our backups arising from staff changes. The net result is that several Percona web properties were offline from several hours to several days and that our […]Read more