Percona offers free webinars about MySQL®, MongoDB®, and Percona open source software. Webinar topics include DBA and operational best practices such as configuration, migration, backup and recovery, performance, query tuning, replication, database architecture, big data, OpenStack/Cloud solutions, hybrid environments, security, and much, much more.

Upcoming Technical Webinars

  October 25, 2018 - 10:00am Timothy Vaillancourt

Why Do Developers Prefer MongoDB?

DeveloperMongoDBMongoDB Support


  November 14, 2018 - 11:00am Peter Zaitsev

InnoDB Architecture and Performance Optimization for MySQL 8.0

MySQLPerformance Optimization


  November 29, 2018 - 12:30pm Adamo Tonete

Improve MongoDB Performance with Proper Queries

MongoDBQuery Tuning


  December 12, 2018 - 11:00am Peter Zaitsev

MySQL 8 for Developers

MySQL


Recordings of Past Technical Webinars

Previously recorded webinars are available by clicking below. To easily search these and all of our technical videos, visit the Videos page.

  Oct 18, 2018 Alexander Rubin

MongoDB 4.0 Features - Transactions & More

MongoDBMongoDB Support


  Oct 11, 2018 Jeff Sandstrom, Matt Jarvis, Timothy Vaillancourt

Build highly scalable IOT architectures with Percona Server for MongoDB on DC/OS

MongoDBPercona Server for MongoDB


  Oct 10, 2018 Avinash Vallarapu, Fernando Laudares Camargos, Jobin Augustine

Enterprise-Grade PostgreSQL: Built on Open Source Tools

PostgreSQLHigh Availability


  Sep 27, 2018 Alexander Rubin

Best Practices Using Indexes in MongoDB

MongoDBQuery Tuning


  Sep 19, 2018 Adamo Tonete

Percona Server for MongoDB vs MongoDB Enterprise

MongoDBPercona Server for MongoDB


  Sep 11, 2018 Jervin Real

Migrating to AWS Aurora: A Checklist for Success

MySQLCloud


  Sep 6, 2018 Vadim Tkachenko

Running MySQL in Kubernetes

MySQLMySQL SupportPercona XtraDB Cluster


  Sep 5, 2018 Peter Zaitsev

Choosing the Right Open Source Database

MariaDBPostgreSQLMongoDBMySQLDatabase Backup


  Aug 29, 2018 Colin Charles

Databases in the Hosted Cloud

MariaDBMongoDBMySQLMonitoring and OperationsCloud


  Aug 28, 2018 Peter Zaitsev

Forking or Branching – Lessons from the MySQL Community

MariaDBMySQL


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