Impact of Percona Monitoring and Management “Get Latest” Command Change

Impact of Percona Monitoring and Management Get Latest Command Change

In the first quarter of 2021 (expected late January), Percona is slated to release a version of Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) v2 that will include all of the critical functionality users of PMM v1 have come to know and love over the years. While PMM v2 has some major improvements over its v1 […]

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Demultiplexing Fix for Percona Backup for MongoDB, Redesign –lock-ddl-per-table in Percona XtraBackup: Release Roundup November 23, 2020

Percona Software Release

It’s release roundup time here at Percona!
Our Release Roundups showcase the latest Percona software updates, tools, and features to help you manage and deploy our software. It offers highlights and critical information, as well as links to the full release notes and direct links to the software or service itself to download.
Today’s post includes […]

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Webinar December 9: How to Measure Linux Performance Wrong

How to Measure Linux Performance Wrong

Don’t miss out! Join Peter Zaitsev, Percona CEO, as he discusses Linux Performance measurement.
In this webinar, Peter will look at typical mistakes measuring or interpreting Linux Performance. He’ll discuss whether you should use LoadAvg to assess if your CPU is overloaded or Disk Utilization to see if your disks are overloaded. In addition, he’ll […]

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A Blog Shamelessly Bribing You to Review Percona Monitoring and Management!

Review Percona Monitoring and Management

We would love you to help us spread the word about Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) to make sure even more people are aware of it and adopting it. And we are not afraid to offer (modest) bribes!

If you already use PMM please write an independent review of its pros and cons on the […]

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Wondering How to Run Percona XtraDB Cluster on Kubernetes? Try Our Operator!

Run Percona XtraDB Cluster on Kubernetes

Kubernetes has been a big trend for a while now, particularly well-suited for microservices. Running your main databases on Kubernetes is probably NOT what you are looking for. However, there’s a niche market for them. My colleague Stephen Thorn did a great job explaining this in The Criticality of a Kubernetes Operator for Databases. […]

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