MongoDB

Percona DBaaS CLI to Simplify Deployment in Kubernetes

Percona DBaaS CLI Kubernetes

We recently released an experimental version of percona-dbaas command-line tool with the goal of significantly simplifying the deployment of database instances in Kubernetes.
We have Kubernetes Operators for Percona XtraDB Cluster and Percona Server for MongoDB, which provide great flexibility, but they also come with the complexity of managing configuration and deployment files, so we […]

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How Container Networking Affects Database Performance

How Container Networking Affects Database Performance

Percona has been investing in building and releasing Operators for Kubernetes to run traditional databases in a cloud-native fashion. The first two Kubernetes operators were for Percona Server for MongoDB and Percona XtraDB Cluster, chosen because they both feature replication systems that can be made to work effectively in a containerized world.
One of the […]

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Webinar 2/19: 17 Things Developers Need to Know About Databases

Developers Need to Know About Databases

Most applications use databases, yet many fail to follow even the most basic best practices, resulting in poor performance, downtime, and security incidents.
In this presentation, we will look into the foundational best practices you as a Developer should know about databases, with particular focus on the most popular Open Source Databases – MySQL, PostgreSQL, […]

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End of Life Notification for Percona Server for MongoDB 3.4

eolpsmdb3.4

As noted on our Software and Platform Lifecycle page, Percona Server for MongoDB 3.4 reached end of life on January 31, 2020. According to the Percona Services Lifecycle Policy, customers with an active support contract with Percona will continue receiving support; however, end-of-life software receives no new builds, bug fixes, security fixes, or features.
Each software […]

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MongoDB: Why Pay for Enterprise When Open Source Has You Covered?

alternatives to paying a MongoDB

When Percona first published the blog MongoDB Security: Why Pay for Enterprise when Open Source Has You Covered? , I constantly referenced it. Comparing MongoDB Enterprise to Percona Server for MongoDB has become such a common topic for discussion with Percona’s current and future customers that the information contained in that blog is ingrained in my […]

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