Percona Monitoring and Management 2.13 (PMM) introduced the Integrated Alerting feature as a technical preview. It adds a user-friendly way to set up and manage alerts for your databases. You can read more about this feature usage in our announcement blog post and in our documentation, while in this article we will be focusing […]Read more
The Microsoft Azure SQL Database is among the most popular databases of 2020, according to DB-Engine’s DBMS of the Year award. Also, it’s steadily climbing up in DB-Engines Ranking. The ranking is updated monthly and places database management systems according to their popularity. In case you didn’t know, DB-Engines is an initiative to collect […]Read more
The End Of Support date for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is coming soon. According to the Ubuntu Release Life Cycle, it will be at the end of April 2021. With this announcement comes some implications to support for Percona software running on these operating systems.
So we will no longer be producing new packages and binary […]
You can earn Percona swag by writing a short technical review about Percona software by May 30, 2021! The keyword here is technical. Percona is seeking reviews that describe Percona software use in particular environments or in solving particular issues, and why!
This means being specific about your Percona environment, architecture, and problem-solving. Usage of […]
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There are few things your data does not like. One is water and another is fire. Well, guess what:
If you think that everything will be fine after all, take a look:
Given my ISP had part of its management infrastructure on OVH, they had been impacted by the incident.