Tag - mysql-and-variants

Best Practices for MySQL Backups

Best Practices for MySQL Backups

Here in Percona’s Training department, we like to think that we instruct our learners on the best practices for all things MySQL-related. In addition to performance tuning, query optimization, and replication configurations, another important topic is backups. Let’s dive in and discuss some of the basics and best practices around backups for MySQL.
Logical MySQL […]

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Webinar June 4: MySQL Ecosystem in 2020

MySQL Ecosystem in 2020

Join Alkin Tezusal, Percona Technical Expert, as he covers the past, present, and future of MySQL as an Open Source Database.

During this webinar he will discuss:

* Use cases of MySQL as well as edge cases of MySQL topologies using real-life examples and “war” stories
* How scalability and proxy wars make MySQL topologies more robust […]

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Backup and Restore in Percona Kubernetes Operator for Percona XtraDB Cluster

Backup and Restore in Percona Kubernetes Operator for Percona XtraDB Cluster

Database backups are a fundamental requirement in almost every implementation, no matter the size of the company or the nature of the application. Taking a backup should be a simple task that can be automated to ensure it’s done consistently and on schedule. Percona has an enterprise-grade backup tool, Percona XtraBackup, that can be […]

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MySQL Training and Education Is Here for You!

MySQL Training

Percona Training Is Here for You!
Percona’s Training and Education Department wants you! For the past three years, Percona has quietly been delivering world-class training all over the globe, to companies large and small. We are in full force and ready to spread our knowledge directly to your organization to make your staff the absolute […]

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Running Security Threat Tool In Percona Monitoring and Management For the First Time

security threat tool pmm

As we have just released the new Security Threat Tool (STT) as part of Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) 2.6, I wanted to give you a basic overview of this new feature. Its goal is to advise PMM users on common security-related database problems they might have on their databases. 
In this blog, I’ll show you […]

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