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Moving your Database to the Cloud Top 3 Things to Consider


Join Rick Vasquez, Percona Technical Expert, as he discusses the pros and cons of moving your database to the cloud. Flexibility, performance and cost management are three things that make cloud database environments an easy choice for many businesses.


Kubernetes The Path to Open Source DBaaS


Join Peter Zaitsev, Percona CEO, as he discusses DBaaS and Kubernetes. DBaaS is the fastest growing way to deploy databases. It is fast and convenient yet it is typically done using proprietary software and tightly coupled to the cloud vendor.


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PostgreSQL High-Performance Tuning and Optimization


PostgreSQL is one of the leading open-source databases. Out of the box, the default PostgreSQL configuration is not tuned for any workload. Thus, any system with the least resources can run it.


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Using PMM to Identify and Troubleshoot Problematic MySQL Queries


Join us as Michael Coburn, Percona Product Manager, discusses two methods to identify and troubleshoot problematic MySQL queries using the RED Method and PMM Query Analytics. He will also highlight specific Dashboards in PMM that visualize the rate, errors, and duration of MySQL events that may be impacting the stability and performance of your database instance.


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MariaDB Observability


A broken MariaDB means a broken Application, so maintaining insights in MariaDB operational performance is critical. Thankfully MariaDB offers a lot in terms of observability to resolve problems quickly and get great insights into opportunities for optimization.


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MongoDB Atlas vs Managed Community Edition


Please join Rick Vasquez, Chief of Staff to the CXO, for an engaging webinar on MongoDB Atlas vs Managed Community Edition. In this webinar we discuss at length the implications that the #MongoDB’s decision to change licensing from #AGPL to #SSPL had on the broader landscape of companies offering MongoDB related services and MongoDB as a service itself.


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How to Maximize the Benefits of Using Open Source MongoDB with Percona Distribution for MongoDB


Many organizations require Enterprise subscription of MongoDB for the support coverage and additional features that it provides. However, many are unaware that there is an open source alternative offering all the features and benefits of a MongoDB Enterprise subscription without the licensing fees and the vendor lock-in.


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The Open Source Alternative to Paying for MongoDB


Please join Barrett Chambers, Percona Solutions Engineer, for an engaging webinar on MongoDB vs. Open Source. Many organization require Enterprise subscriptions for the coverage and features that it provide. However, many are unaware that there is an open source alternative offering all the features and benefits of a MongoDB Enterprise subscription without the licensing fees.


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Why PostgreSQL Is Becoming A Migration Target For Enterprise


Note: This Webinar will be presented in Korean The adoption and market share of PostgreSQL is growing rapidly. This isn’t just limited to new installations of applications with PostgreSQL, there are also a large number of migrations from other database systems.


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How To Measure Linux Performance Wrong


Don’t miss out! Join Peter Zaitsev, Percona CEO, as he discusses Linux performance measurement. In this webinar, Peter will look at typical mistakes measuring or interpreting Linux Performance. He’ll discuss whether you should use LoadAvg to assess if your CPU is overloaded or Disk Utilization to see if your disks are overloaded.


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Moving MongoDB to the Cloud Strategies and Points To Consider


There are many potential benefits moving to the cloud such as increasing resources on the fly, multi-region infrastructure, and hardware maintenance to mention only a few. On the other hand, there are critical points such as security (the latest was MEOW attack), vendor lock-in, performance issues such as latency and downtime is still a possibility even in the cloud.


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