Recently I was doing some small testing by using EC2 instances on AWS and I noticed the execution time and performance highly depend on which time of the day I am running my scripts. I was using t3.xlarge instance type as I didn’t need many CPUs and memory for my tests, but from time […]Read more
Here at Percona’s Training and Education department, we are always at work with trying to keep our materials up-to-date and relevant to current technologies. In addition, we keep an eye out for what topics are “hot” and are generating a lot of buzz. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, […]Read more
While testing our PMM2 Beta and other Dockerized applications, you may want to clean up your docker install and start from scratch. If you’re not very familiar with Docker it may not be that trivial. This post focuses on cleaning up everything in docker so you can “start from scratch” which means removing all […]Read more
With such a wide range of options available for running MySQL based servers in Amazon cloud environments, how do you choose? There’s no doubt it’s a challenge. In this two-part series of blog posts, we’ll try to draw a fair and informative comparison based on well-established benchmark scenarios – at scale.
In part one we […]
Docker Security Considerations – PART I
Why Docker Security Matters
It is a fact that Docker has found widespread use during the past years, mostly because it is very easy to use as well as fast and easy to deploy when compared with a full-blown virtual machine. More and more servers are being operated as Docker […]