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Add Microsoft Azure Monitoring Within Percona Monitoring and Management 2.16.0

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The Microsoft Azure SQL Database is among the most popular databases of 2020, according to DB-Engine’s DBMS of the Year award. Also, it’s steadily climbing up in DB-Engines Ranking. The ranking is updated monthly and places database management systems according to their popularity. In case you didn’t know, DB-Engines is an initiative to collect […]

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Percona Monitoring and Management 2.16 Brings Microsoft Azure Monitoring via a Technical Preview

Percona Monitoring and Management 2.16 release

This week we release Percona Monitoring and Management 2.16 (PMM), which brings some exciting new additions we’d like to highlight!
Amazon RDS PostgreSQL Monitoring
AWS monitoring in PMM now covers PostgreSQL RDS and PostgreSQL Aurora types. PMM will include them in a Discovery UI where they can be added which will result in node-related metrics as […]

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Online DDL with Group Replication In Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.22 (and MySQL 8.0.23)

Online DDL with Group Replication MySQL

While I was working on my grFailOver POC, I have also done some additional parallel testing. One of them was to see how online DDL is executed inside a Group Replication cluster.
The online DDL feature provides support for instant and in-place table alterations and concurrent DML. Checking the Group Replication (GR) official documentation, I […]

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Win Percona Swag for Technical Product Reviews!

Percona Swag Review

You can earn Percona swag by writing a short technical review about Percona software by May 30, 2021!  The keyword here is technical. Percona is seeking reviews that describe Percona software use in particular environments or in solving particular issues, and why!
This means being specific about your Percona environment, architecture, and problem-solving. Usage of […]

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What You Can Do With Auto-Failover and Percona Distribution for MySQL (8.0.x)

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Where x is >= 22 😉
The Problem
There are few things your data does not like. One is water and another is fire. Well, guess what:

If you think that everything will be fine after all, take a look:

Given my ISP had part of its management infrastructure on OVH, they had been impacted by the incident.
As […]

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