Database Trends

Percona Is Now ‘Partner Ready’ on the VMware Tanzu Platform

Percona VMware Tanzu Platform

Following our announcement of Percona Joining the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program, we are pleased to announce the addition of Percona Kubernetes Operator for Percona Server for MongoDB on the VMware Tanzu Platform after attaining Partner Ready validation.
The VMware Partner Ready program allows VMware partners to test and validate their software solutions to ensure […]

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Percona Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

Percona Joins VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

We are delighted to announce that Percona has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program. This program allows partners to develop and deliver proven solutions by providing tools and resources to test, integrate, and package joint products.
The TAP program brings together technology partners with the shared goal of bringing the best expertise and […]

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Why the Heck Are So Many Databases Being Breached, Leaked, and Hacked?

database security

How many times have we seen this headline lately: “X million records leaked in data breach”? The answer is, too many! 
In fact, because “millions of records” are starting to leak so frequently, larger news outlets are not covering the “smaller” leaks as often as they were a few years ago. These days it’s all […]

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Beyond Relational Databases: A Focus on Redis, MongoDB, and ClickHouse

Beyond Relational Databases

Many of us use and love relational databases… until we try and use them for purposes that aren’t their strong point. Queues, caches, catalogs, unstructured data, counters, and many other use cases, can be solved with relational databases, but are better served by alternative options.
Recently, Marcos Albe, Support Engineer at Percona, examined the goals, […]

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Top 7 Reasons Why Security Goes Wrong In A Database System

Why Security Goes Wrong In A Database System

Today I’m going to talk about my favorite trope, “database security”.
When done right, a good security policy not only protects your data but improves performance, system stability, and enhances the development life-cycle. When done wrong it not only risks the confidentiality and integrity of your data but it leaves your organization open to significant […]

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