It was a long time ago so I won’t write about the conference (it was good as always), but at least I share the slides of my talk here.[Read more]
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We had a really great session yesterday during the webinar on Amazon Redshift replication, but sadly ran out of time for questions. So as promised, let’s try and answer the questions asked now!
Are you going to support SAP IQ as a target ?
This is the first request we’ve ever received, and so therefore there are no firm plans for supporting it. As a target, SAP IQ supports a JDBC interface, and therefore is not hugely complicated to achieve compared to more complex, customer appliers.
Can you replicate from SAP ASE ?
No, and no current plans.
What about latin1 character ? Is it supported ?
Yes, although the default mode is for us to use UTF-8 for all extract and apply jobs. You can certainly change the character set, although leaving UTF-8 should also work.
Is it a problem not to have primary keys on Redshift ? …[Read more]
Join Percona Chief Evangelist Colin Charles as he covers happenings, gives pointers and provides musings on the open source database community.
The Percona Live Call For Papers closes on December 22, but why aren’t you submitting already? Don’t wait till the last minute! Look at our broad scope as well. Worth noting that the best prices for tickets are available now until January 7.
FOSDEM is happening in Brussels, Belgium (like it has for the past many years). All I can say is that the schedule is out, and it was very hard to make a choice! See the …[Read more]
Tarantool, a Lua application server plus NoSQL DBMS, is now an SQL DBMS too, in alpha version 1.8. I was interested in how the combination "Lua + NoSQL + SQL" works. Disclaimer: I do paid work related to Tarantool but it has nothing to do with this blog.
First let's verify that it's really SQL. The illustrations are all unretouched screenshots from ocelotgui for Windows, connected to a Tarantool 1.8 server on Linux, which I built from a source download on github.
Example of SELECT
Yes, the "history" below the query window shows successful CREATE and INSERT statements, the "result set" at the bottom shows a successful SELECT statement's output. A close look at the clauses shows that there's support for constraints, foreign keys, triggers, ... and so on. In all, it's a reasonable subset of the SQL standard, pretty well …[Read more]
Percona announces the GA release of Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.20-18 on December 14, 2017. Download the latest version from the Percona web site or the Percona Software Repositories. You can also run Docker containers from the images in the Docker Hub repository.
Based on MySQL 5.7.20, including all the bug fixes in it, Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.20-18 is the current GA release in the Percona Server for MySQL 5.7 series. …[Read more]
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Today, keeping your enterprise agile and flexible is not just an advantage, it is a requirement. Many of the systems and processes once controlled by businesses onsite are moving offsite to “service” models. This includes Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Database as a Service (DBaaS), etc.
These services are usually referred to as being in the cloud. The enterprise using the service doesn’t maintain or manage the infrastructure of the service in question.
Migrating database workloads to the cloud can be a vital part of improving customer experience, gaining deeper business insights and increasing efficiency. More enterprises are …[Read more]
In this blog post, we’ll look at how sequence numbers work in Percona XtraDB Cluster.
Percona XtraDB Cluster uses multiple sequence numbers (seqno), each having a special role to play. Let’s try to understand the significance of each sequence number.
An active Percona XtraDB Cluster cluster has multiple write-sets (transactions) generated from one or more nodes. These transactions then get replicated to other nodes of the cluster. Each write-set/transaction should have a unique identity across the cluster. global_seqno helps serve this identity. Given write-set will have the same global_seqno on …[Read more]
I’ve recently been trying to improve the performance of the Vertica replicator, particularly in the form of the of the new single schema replication. We’ve done a lot in the new Tungsten Replicator 5.3.0 release to improve (and ultimately support) the new single schema model.
As part of that, I’ve also been personally looking to Kodiak MemCloud as a deployment platform. The people at Kodiak have been really helpful (disclaimer: I’ve worked with some of them in the past). MemCloud is a high-performance cloud platform that is based on hardware with high speed (and volume) RAM, SSD and fast Ethernet connections. This means that even without any adjustment and tuning you’ve got a fast platform to work on.
However, if you are willing to put in some extra time, you can tune things further. Once you have a super quick …[Read more]
Important notice: With this release, we have changed the registration keys. As usual, the new keys are available for registered users from our Customer Portal.
Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.4.0 adds more alert and logging options and enhances the MONyog API. Further, we redesigned the settings page and a number of bugs were fixed.
Changes as compared to Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.3.2 include: Features:
Added more notification channels (Slack and Pagerduty) for Monyog alerts. (Read more) Option to write Monyog alerts in the Syslog of the machine where Monyog is installed. This option is only available for Linux. Option to edit the subject line for Monyog alerts. Added MONyog API to disable notification for a monitor based on a server/tag. ( …[Read more]
- Fosdem: Check
- MySQL DEVroom: Check
- Food: …
If you were worrying there , even for just a bit, please don’t ;) We are working on organizing the 2018 Edition of the MySQL Community dinner!
We can already disclose that it will be held at ICAB again, the same location that was used previously and are targeting Friday February 2, following the Oracle Pre-Fosdem MySQL Day, so come one, come all… but most of all, come hungry!!
Stay tuned, more updates will follow soon!
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