Recently, I needed to set up a Proof of Concept (POC) and wanted to do it on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). After documenting the process, it seemed it might be helpful for others looking for the most basic guide possible to get a Mongo server up and running on GCP. The process below will […]Read more
I have been working a while with customers, supporting both MongoDB and MySQL technologies. Most of the time when an issue arises, the customers working with MySQL collect most of the information happening in the DB server, including all the queries running that particular time, using “show full processlist;” This information would help us […]Read more
Kubernetes has become an integral part of many architectures and has continued to rise in popularity. Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized workloads and services. One approach to running Kubernetes is Redhat’s OpenShift. OpenShift is RedHat’s name for its family of containerization products. The main part of OpenShift and the product […]Read more
We had great attendance, questions, and feedback from our “Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB” webinar, which was recorded and can be viewed here. You can view another Q&A from a previous webinar on “Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB” here. Without further ado, here are your questions and their responses.
Q: If […]
We already presented a previous article on the index types available on MongoDB. MongoDB 4.4 was released a few months ago and introduced a new interesting feature: the hidden index.
This feature is also available on Percona Server for MongoDB 4.4. In this article, we’ll see what it is.
What is a Hidden Index
A hidden index […]