Many of our regular attendees already know that the Percona Live Open Source Database Conference is not all about Percona software or, indeed, all about Percona. However, with moving to a new city—Austin, TX— we have realized that it’s something we ought to shout out loud and clear. Our conference really is technology agnostic! […]Read more
Recently, one of our customers asked us how to minimize downtime when upgrading the database structure with changes that are not backwards-compatible. It’s an interesting question and I would like to visit some alternatives here. I will use PostgreSQL for this series of posts and walk through updatable views, INSTEAD OF Triggers, and the […]Read more
In this blog post, we’ll look back at what’s been going on in the world of PostgreSQL in 2018.
Before we start talking about the good things that have happened in the PostgreSQL in 2018, we hope you had a wonderful year and we wish you a happy and prosperous 2019.
PostgreSQL has been a […]
Linux kernel provides a wide range of configuration options that can affect performance. It’s all about getting the right configuration for your application and workload. Just like any other database, PostgreSQL relies on the Linux kernel to be optimally configured. Poorly configured parameters can result in poor performance. Therefore, it is important that you […]Read more
In this article I’m going to talk about partial and sparse indexes in MongoDB® and Percona Server for MongoDB®. I’ll show you how to use them, and look at cases where they can be helpful. Prior to discussing these indexes in MongoDB in detail, though, let’s talk about an issue on a relational database like […]Read more
MongoDB 4.0 is around, and there are a lot of new features and improvements. In this article we’re going to focus on the major feature which is, undoubtedly, the support for multi-document ACID transactions. This novelty for a NoSQL database could be seen as a way to get closer to the relational world. Well, […]Read more
Following the alpha release announced earlier, Percona announces the release candidate of Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.12-2rc1 on October 31, 2018. Download the latest version from the Percona website or from the Percona Software Repositories.
This release is based on MySQL 8.0.12 and includes all the bug fixes in it. It is a Release Candidate […]
As MongoDB® has changed their license from AGPL to SSPL many are concerned by this change, and by how sudden it has been. Will SSPL be protective enough for MongoDB, or will the next change be to go to an altogether proprietary license? According to our poll, many are going to explore MongoDB alternatives. This […]Read more
There’s just over one week to go so it’s time to announce the keynote addresses for Percona Live Europe 2018! We’re excited to share our lineup of conference keynotes, featuring talks from Paddy Power Betfair, Amazon Web Services, Facebook, PingCap and more!
The speakers will address the current status of key open source database projects […]
Without our sponsors, it would be almost out of reach to deliver a conference of the size and format that everyone has come to expect from Percona Live. As well as financial support, our sponsors contribute massively by supporting their teams in presenting at the conference, and adding to the quality and atmosphere of […]Read more