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Working to Validate MyRocks in the Enterprise with Dropbox

MyRocks in the Enterprise with Dropbox

Percona Technical Account Managers get the privilege of working with some of our largest enterprise clients day in and day out.  As such, we get to really focus on how to best leverage our technology to generate measurable benefits for our users.  While it is fun to “nerd out” and always strive to use […]

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Infinitely Scalable Storage with High Compression Feature

Infinitely Scalable Storage with High Compression Feature

It is no secret that compute and storage costs are the main drivers of cloud bills. Migration of data from the legacy data center to the cloud looks appealing at first as it significantly reduces capital expense (CapEx) and keeps operational expenses (OpEx) under control. But once you see the bill, the lift and […]

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Webinar April 14: Optimize and Troubleshoot MySQL Using Percona Monitoring and Management

Troubleshoot MySQL Using Percona Monitoring and Management

Optimizing MySQL performance and troubleshooting MySQL problems are two of the most critical and challenging tasks for MySQL DBAs. The databases powering applications need to be able to handle changing traffic workloads while remaining responsive and stable in order to deliver an excellent user experience. Further, DBAs are also expected to find cost-efficient means […]

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How To Automate Dashboard Importing in Percona Monitoring and Management

Automate Dashboard Importing in Percona Monitoring and Management

In this blog post, I’ll look at how to import custom dashboards into Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) 2.x, and give some tips on how to automate it.
The number of dashboards in PMM2 is constantly growing. For example, we recently added a new HAProxy dashboard to the latest 2.15.0 release. Even though the PMM […]

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What’s Running in My DB? A Journey with currentOp() in MongoDB

currentOp() in MongoDB

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 […]

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