Percona white papers present information on a variety of topics, such as in-depth analyses and recommendations for common issues faced by database developers and administrators. The results of our benchmarking tests on software and hardware solutions are also presented. Where appropriate, Percona white papers present best practice recommendations that are based on our in-depth experience developed through working with leading technology users.
Many of us use and love relational databases… until we try and use them for purposes which aren’t their strong point.
Open Source DatabaseMongoDBPercona Server for MongoDB
One reason why open source has grown and thrived is that it helps users to avoid vendor lock-in. However, what is good for investor profitability is not always good for the end-user or community as a whole.
IndustryBusiness / Case StudyMongoDBMongoDB SupportPercona Server for MongoDB
Before you migrate to DBaaS there are crucial questions that need to be addressed, and roles you need to fill in your organization to make sure these questions are answered.
IndustryPercona ConsultingDatabase BackupDatabase DesignDatabase Infrastructure
When you look back at most outages and customer slowdowns, you often can tie these back to a series of events that started early in the lifecycle of an application.
MariaDBPostgreSQLMongoDBMySQLPercona DBA for Google CloudPercona DBA for Microsoft AzurePercona DBA for AWSCloud
Companies who use proprietary software, databases, or platforms are at risk of vendor lock-in. Businesses often find it impossible to move to an alternative vendor without the substantial financial expense or business disruption.
AWS AuroraMicrosoft AzureGoogle CloudDatabase InfrastructureCloudPerformance Optimization
Record numbers of businesses are investing in “as-a-Service” (XaaS) infrastructures and moving some or all of their IT infrastructure to public clouds, including moving their databases to the cloud.
DeveloperDatabase DesignDatabase InfrastructureCloudPerformance Optimization
It wasn’t long ago that the idea of an open source revolution was dismissed by most major IT business analysts and investors, skeptical about the viability of the open source business model and how it would really impact commercial software.
Open Source DatabaseDatabase Infrastructure
It used to be simple. Get database software, install the software on a server, connect it with applications, populate it with data.
Then everything changed.
Business / Case StudyTechnologiesDatabase DesignCloudPerformance Optimization