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Q & A on Webinar “Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB”

Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB

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. Without further ado, here are your questions and their responses.
Q: What is the recommended path to go from MongoDB Community 3.4 (no Percona) to Percona for MongoDB 4.2?
We would […]

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Securing MongoDB: Top Five Security Concerns

securing mongodb

“I think most of the time hackers behind the attacks do it just for fun, because they can and because it’s very simple”, — says Diachenko. Source: “Meowing” attack completely destroyed more than 1000 databases
These are the words of Bob Diachenko, one of the most respected cybersecurity researchers in relation to the last “Meowing” […]

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Using Percona Kubernetes Operators with Percona Monitoring and Management

Using Percona Kubernetes Operators with Percona Monitoring and Management

Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) provides an excellent solution to monitor both Percona XtraDB Cluster and Percona Server for MongoDB. Currently, there is no Percona-supported deployment model to deploy PMM by Percona Kubernetes Operators. Still, you can try the following experimental approach to use PMM in Kubernetes or OpenShift environment together with the operators […]

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MongoDB Checkpointing Woes

MongoDB Checkpointing Woes

In my recent post Evaluating MongoDB Under Python TPCC 1000W Workload with MongoDB benchmarks, I showed an average throughput for a prolonged period of time (900sec or 1800sec), and the average throughput tended to smooth and hide problems.
But if we zoom in to 1-sec resolution for WiredTiger dashboard (Available in the Percona Monitoring and […]

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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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