Tag - Webinars

Webinar 5/13: 18 Things To Do When You Have a MySQL Bottleneck

18 Things To Do When You Have a MySQL Bottleneck

Peter Zaitsev, Founder and CEO at Percona, presents a webinar focused on dealing with an unexpected high traffic event as it is happening. He’ll address the impact a traffic spike can have on your database – from poor query response time to replication lag issues – and provide actionable tips and tricks. Join us […]

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Webinar 5/11: Percona & PlanetScale Present: Introduction to Vitess on Kubernetes for MySQL

Percona_PlanetScale Present

During this joint webinar our speakers, Alkin Tezuysal, Technical Expert at Percona and Sugu Sougoumarane, Co-Founder and CTO at PlanetScale, will provide attendees with hands-on experience using Vitess using Kubernetes. They will start by providing a quick overview of Vitess – including key concepts and terminology, and then describe the deployment options for both […]

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Webinar 5/6: The State of Open Source Databases

The State of Open Source Databases

Join our CXO Matt Yonkovit as we close out our “State of Open Source Database” blog series with a 100% open source database-trends-dedicated webinar. This webinar is geared towards anyone interested in gaining insight into the past, present, and future of the open space database industry.

With about 18% overall year-over-year growth, there is no […]

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Webinar 4/29: Distributed MySQL Architectures – Past, Present, and Future

Distributed MySQL Architectures

Although MySQL is now more than two decades old, it continues to power some of the world’s largest internet applications. In this presentation, we’ll look at the history and evolution of distributed MySQL deployments. We’ll explore the original designs and the common architecture patterns still in use today. Finally, we’ll predict what the future […]

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Webinar 4/22: The Evolution of PostgreSQL Partitioning

Evolution of PostgreSQL Partitioning

PostgreSQL Partitioning has evolved in different versions of PostgreSQL and now has solid scalability features. PostgreSQL has three different kinds of partitioning: Range, List, and Hash Partitioning. This webinar will cover the basics of all kinds of Partitioning and all the improvements done in the PostgreSQL releases. We will also review examples of how […]

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