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PMM 101: Troubleshooting MongoDB with Percona Monitoring and Management

Troubleshooting MongoDB with Percona Monitoring and Management

Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is an open-source tool developed by Percona that allows you to monitor and manage your MongoDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL databases.  This blog will give you an overview of troubleshooting your MongoDB deployments with PMM.
Let’s start with a basic understanding of the architecture of PMM. PMM has two main architectural […]

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5 Things Developers Should Know Before Deploying MongoDB

Developers Should Know Before Deploying MongoDB

MongoDB is one of the most popular databases and is one of the easiest NoSQL databases to set up. Oftentimes, developers want a quick environment to just test out an idea they have for an application or to try and figure out a good data model for their data without waiting for their Operations […]

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Webinar October 27: Disaster Recovery and High Availability – The Concepts, The Mistakes, and How To Properly Plan For Failure

Percona Disaster Recovery and High Availability

Any good system must be built to expect the unexpected. None are perfect and at some point, something WILL happen to render the system non-operational causing failure.
Join Dimitri Vanoverbeke, Senior Percona Engineer, as he discusses the concepts of High Availability, Disaster Recovery, common missteps that happen along the way, and how to ultimately prepare […]

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Our Approach to Percona Monitoring and Management Upgrade Testing

Percona Monitoring and Management Upgrade

Hey Community! This is my first blog post so let me introduce myself. My name is Vasyl Yurkovych. I am a QA Automation Engineer at Percona and I have solid experience in software testing. 
Software quality is one of the main focuses of Percona so we put a lot of energy into it (hopefully so […]

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How to Use CHECK Constraint in MySQL 8

CHECK Constraint MySQL 8

Hello everyone, in this little post we will review a new feature in MySQL 8.
What is “CHECK Constraint”?
This is a new feature to specify a condition to check the value before INSERT or UPDATE into a row. The constraint could return an error if the result of a search condition is FALSE for any […]

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