Running MongoDB in Kubernetes with Percona Operator is not only simple but also by design provides a highly available MongoDB cluster suitable for mission-critical applications. In the latest 1.8.0 version, we add a feature that implements Point-in-time recovery (PITR). It allows users to store Oplog on an external S3 bucket and to perform recovery […]Read more
Webinar June 8: The Pros and Cons of AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud – Which Cloud Provider is Right for Your Business?
Considering a move to the cloud, but unsure which provider is right for you?
According to the results of our 2020 Open Source Data Management Software Survey, AWS continues to dominate the public cloud provider market, with 50% of respondents using its cloud platform in 2020, with Microsoft Azure quickly gaining market share with 23% adoption […]
Nothing lasts forever, including hardware running your EC2 instances. You will usually receive an advance warning on hardware degradation and subsequent instance retirement, but sometimes hardware fails unexpectedly. Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) currently doesn’t have an HA setup, and such failures can leave wide gaps in monitoring if not resolved quickly.
In this post, […]
Percona Kubernetes Operators support various options for storage: Persistent Volume (PV), hostPath, ephemeral storage, etc. In most of the cases, PVs are used, which are provisioned by the Operator through Storage Classes and Persistent Volume Claims.
Storage Classes define the underlying volume type that should be used (ex. AWS, EBS, gp2, or io1), file system […]
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