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Webinar April 14: Optimize and Troubleshoot MySQL Using Percona Monitoring and Management

Optimizing MySQL performance and troubleshooting MySQL problems are two of the most critical and challenging tasks for MySQL DBAs. The databases powering applications need to be able to handle changing traffic workloads while remaining responsive and stable in order to deliver an excellent user experience. Further, DBAs are also expected to find cost-efficient means of solving these issues.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate the advanced options of Percona Monitoring and Management V.2 that enable you to solve these challenges, which are built on free and open-source software. We will look at specific, common MySQL problems and review them.

Please join Peter Zaitsev on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021, at 11 am EDT for his webinar Optimize and Troubleshoot MySQL using Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM).

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Webinar February 24: What’s Old Is New, What’s Coming Is Here – Percona Offerings for MySQL 5.6 and DBaaS in PMM

Join Brian Walters and Brandon Fleisher for an interactive discussion around new service and software offerings coming from Percona.

Oracle has decided that MySQL 5.6 will reach its end of life in February 2021. This means there will be no more updates and, more importantly, no more security fixes for discovered vulnerabilities. Yikes! Did you know you have options? Did you know Percona can solve this problem? Tune in to find out how.

Choosing a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider can be a daunting challenge. Not ready to move to DBaaS in the public cloud? Or, are you constrained to on-prem deployment due to regulations or other market conditions? Tune-in to learn how Percona is bringing the benefits of simplified DBaaS deployment to the on-prem, private cloud, and hybrid datacenter.

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Q&A on Webinar “Using PMM to Identify and Troubleshoot Problematic MySQL Queries”

Hi and thanks to all who attended my webinar on Tuesday, January 26th titled Using PMM to Identify & Troubleshoot Problematic MySQL Queries!

Like we do after all our webinars, we compile the list of questions that were answered verbally and also those that were posed yet remained unanswered since we ran out of time during the broadcast.  Before we get to the questions, I wanted to make sure to include a link to the RED Method for MySQL Queries by Peter Zaitsev, Percona’s CEO:

https://grafana.com/grafana/dashboards/12470

Hi Michael, you suggested that table create and update times should be ignored. Surely these values come from information_schema.tables? Does that not reflect what I would see …

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Webinar January 26: Using Percona Monitoring and Management 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 Percona Monitoring and Management (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.

Please join Michael Coburn, Product Manager, Percona, on Tuesday, January 26th, 2021 at 2:30 pm for his webinar “Using Percona Monitoring and Management to Identify and Troubleshoot Problematic MySQL Queries”.

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Google Cloud Platform: MySQL at Scale with Reliable HA Webinar Q&A

Earlier in November, we had a chance to present the “Google Cloud Platform: MySQL at Scale with Reliable HA.” We discussed different approaches to hosting MySQL in Google Cloud Platform with the available options’ pros and cons. This webinar was recorded and can be viewed here at any time. We had several great questions, which we would like to address and elaborate on the answers given during the webinar.

Q: What is your view on Cloud SQL High Availability in Google Cloud?

A: Google Cloud SQL provides High Availability through regional instances. If your Cloud SQL database is regional, it means that there’s a standby instance in another zone within the same region. Both instances (primary and standby) are kept synced through synchronous replication on the persistent …

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Webinar November 10: Google Cloud Platform – MySQL at Scale with Reliable HA

Google Cloud Platform (GCP), with its CloudSQL offering, has become a leading platform for database-as-a-service workload deployments for many organizations. Scale and High Availability have surfaced as primary goals for many of these deployments. Unfortunately, the attainment of these objectives has been challenging.

Often, the answer has been to simply add more CloudSQL databases. Many, however, have found a better solution in Percona’s fully managed MySQL environment based in Google’s GCE. Percona’s fully managed MySQL offering provides benefits similar to CloudSQL, plus the ability to run MySQL with an unlimited number of tables and much more reliable database availability. This has empowered these organizations to reclaim control over their architecture decisions. With Percona’s fully managed MySQL, your database architecture choices are once again based on your needs and the needs of your workload, rather than the capabilities …

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Webinar July 15: MySQL 8 Observability

Join Peter Zaitsev, Percona CEO, as he discusses MySQL 8 Observability.

Broken MySQL means broken application, so maintaining insights in MySQL operational performance is critical. Thankfully, MySQL 8 offers a lot in terms of observability to resolve problems quickly and get great insights into opportunities for optimization. In this talk, we will cover the most important observability improvements in MySQL 8 ranging from Performance Schema and Information Schema to enhanced error logging and optimizer trace. If you are a Developer or DBA passionate about Observability, or just want to be empowered to resolve MySQL problems quickly and efficiently, you should attend.

Please join Peter Zaitsev on Wednesday, July 15 at 1 pm EDT for his webinar “MySQL 8 Observability“.

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Webinar July 9 – Modern Solutions for Modern Database Load: MySQL 8.0 and Percona

Join Sveta Smirnova, MySQL Engineer at Percona, as she discusses modern solutions for modern database loads.

MySQL is famous for working well in high performing environments. This is the reason why it is the most popular backend for web applications. But our view of what to call high-performance changes over the cycles. Every year we get faster data transfer speed; more devices, connected to the Internet; more users and, as a result, more data.

The challenges MySQL developers have to solve are getting harder over time.

In this session, Sveta will show how use-case scenarios are changing over 25 years of MySQL history. She will show what did MySQL engineers do to keep the product up to date and cover topics such as handling a large number of active connections and high volumes of data as well as how the latest MySQL versions handle increased load better.

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Webinar July 30: Database Challenges – Open Source Vs. Open Core

Join Peter Zaitsev, CEO at Percona, as he discusses database challenges and the concepts of open source and open core. Over the years, open source companies have tried to bring products to market and maximize their revenue streams.  To date, the most popular open source business model remains “Open Core”.  But is open core software still open source?  Or is it a freemium model designed to separate you from your money?  Not all companies follow the same processes, ethics, and rules when building and launching open source products.  Let’s talk about how the open core bait and switch works for many companies in the open source space.

Join this webinar to learn more about:

– Open Source and Open core distinction
– Free enterprise-class community versions alternatives
– Use-cases that successfully moved away from vendor lock-in

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Webinar June 25: How to Avoid Pitfalls in Schema Upgrade with Percona XtraDB Cluster

In this webinar, Sveta Smirnova, MySQL Engineer at Percona, will uncover nuances of Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC) schema upgrades and point out details you need to give extra attention to.

Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC) is a 100% synchronized cluster in regards to DML operations. It is ensured by the optimistic locking model and ability to rollback transaction which cannot be applied on all nodes. However, DDL operations are not transactional in MySQL. This adds complexity when you need to change the schema of the database. Changes made by DDL may affect the results of the queries. Therefore all modifications must replicate on all nodes prior to next data access. For operations that run momentarily, it can be easily achieved, but schema changes may take hours to apply. Therefore in addition to the safest synchronous blocking schema upgrade method: TOI, – PXC supports more relaxed, though not safe, method RSU. RSU: Rolling Schema Upgrade is …

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