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 17, 2019 - 7:00am Avinash Vallarapu, Fernando Laudares Camargos, Jobin Augustine

Upgrading / Migrating your legacy PostgreSQL to newer PostgreSQL versions

PostgreSQLPostgreSQL Support


  April 25, 2019 - 11:00am Michael Coburn

Speaking the same language as Developers and DBAs

TechnologiesPercona Monitoring and Management


  May 1, 2019 - 11:00am Morgan Tocker, Peter Zaitsev

How to horizontally scale MySQL with TiDB while avoiding sharding issues

MySQLSoftware


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 24, 2017 Ruairí Newman, Tyler Duzan

Joint Webinar with Severalnines: How to automate and manage MongoDB & Percona Server for MongoDB

MongoDBMongoDB SupportPercona Server for MongoDB


  Oct 19, 2017 Matthew Boehm

What You Need to Get the Most Out of Indexes – Part 2

MySQL


  Oct 18, 2017 Adamo Tonete

How to Scale with MongoDB

MongoDBScalability


  Oct 11, 2017 Michael Coburn

Percona Monitoring and Management Demonstration

MongoDBMySQLPercona Monitoring and Management


  Oct 4, 2017 Colin Charles

Databases in the Hosted Cloud

MySQLCloud


  Sep 19, 2017 Marcos Albe

A Percona Support Engineer Walkthrough for pt-stalk

MySQLPercona Toolkit


  Sep 14, 2017 Alexander Zaitsev, Vadim Tkachenko

Supercharge Your Analytics with ClickHouse

MySQLMonitoring


  Sep 12, 2017 Colin Charles

Differences between MariaDB® and MySQL®

MariaDBMySQL


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