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Compiling a Percona Monitoring and Management v2 Client in ARM Architecture

Percona Monitoring and Management ARM

In this blog, we are going to see how to compile a Percona Monitoring and Management 2 (PMM v2) client in ARM. For this, we are going to use an AWS EC2 ARM instance with Amazon Linux 2.
Installing Dependencies
First, let’s get some basic packages out of the way, which probably are installed in your […]

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Using Percona Kubernetes Operators for Percona XtraDB Cluster and Percona Server for MongoDB in Amazon

Percona Kubernetes Operators AWS

Unless you are using Amazon Aurora or RDS, setting up clustering software still can be complicated and that’s why we want to offer options to simplify database cluster management in Amazon AWS. This time I will be looking at Percona Kubernetes Operators, for both Percona XtraDB Cluster and Percona Server for MongoDB.
Some time ago […]

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Migrating from DynamoDB into MongoDB

migrating from DynamoDB to MongoDB

Say you need to move from DynamoDB to MongoDB; what options do you have? Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, there are no available tools to do this easily.
In this post, we will explore the available options and discuss some of the potential issues and solutions.
Deciding on the Approach
A tutorial on the AWS […]

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Real-Time Replication From DynamoDB to MongoDB

Replication From DynamoDB to MongoDB

Recently I’ve been faced with an interesting challenge. How can I replicate data, in real-time, from DynamoDB to MongoDB?
Why would I need real-time replication like that? For example:

Running on MongoDB different queries relying on different indexes
Having on MongoDB more fields or converted fields (you can do it during the replication) so you can use […]

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Top Considerations When Moving from On-Premise to AWS (Part One)

moving from on-premise to AWS 1

One of the most common questions I get as a Technical Account Manager (TAM) from clients considering a migration from their current on-premise data center to AWS is “what are the biggest differences I will need to address?”  In an earlier post MySQL to the Cloud! Thoughts on Migrating Away from On-Premise I discussed […]

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