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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Normally it is quite easy to deploy Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) Server as a Docker container as per the official documentation. However, when working in very restrictive environments, it is possible the server doesn’t have access to the public Internet, so pulling the image from the Docker hub is not possible. Fortunately, there are […]Read more
Understanding how MySQL uses memory is key to tuning it for optimal performance as well as troubleshooting cases of unexpected memory usage, i.e. when you have MySQL Server using a lot more than you would expect based on your configuration settings.
Early in MySQL history, understanding memory usage details was hard and included a lot […]
Percona is making changes in its documentation processes for Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) to make it easier and more welcoming for community members to contribute to our documentation.
Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is a free, open-source database monitoring tool. It ‘mind-melds’ with your MySQL, MongoDB, or PostgreSQL servers and tells you what’s going […]