Percona offers free webinars about MySQL®, MongoDB®, MariaDB®, PostgreSQL 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. They also cover important design considerations both in and out of the cloud, coupled with business considerations that can affect your database planning.

Upcoming Technical Webinars

  April 8, 2020 - 2:00pm Jobin Augustine

Why PostgreSQL is Becoming a Migration Target in Large Enterprises

PostgreSQLDatabase InfrastructureOperations

  April 15, 2020 - 1:00pm Matt Yonkovit, Peter Zaitsev

Virtual Round Table with Percona

IndustryBusiness / Case Study

  April 29, 2020 - 11:00am Peter Zaitsev

Distributed MySQL Architectures - Past, Present, Future

MySQLDatabase Infrastructure

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.

  Dec 5, 2019 Sveta Smirnova

Introduction to MySQL Query Tuning for DevOps

MySQLOperationsQuery Tuning

  Oct 16, 2019 Michael Coburn

What's New in Percona Monitoring and Management 2?

Percona Monitoring PluginsPercona Monitoring and ManagementMonitoring

  Sep 24, 2019 Carlos Tutte

Preparing for Disaster recovery on MySQL and PostgreSQL

PostgreSQLMySQLDatabase BackupData Recovery

  Sep 19, 2019 Agustin Gallego

Introducing Java Profiling via Flame Graphs


  Sep 17, 2019 Juan Pablo Arruti

Percona XtraBackup vs Mariabackup vs MySQL Enterprise Backup

MariaDBMySQLPercona XtraBackup

  Aug 29, 2019 Vinodh Krishnaswamy

MongoDB Sharded Cluster & HA - How to Design your Topology


  Aug 28, 2019 Peter Zaitsev

Best Practices for Migrating to Open Source Databases

Open Source DatabaseUpgrades & Migrations

  Aug 22, 2019 Marcos Albe

Flame Graphs 201


  Jul 25, 2019 Vinicius Grippa

Enhancing MySQL Security