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Tungsten Clustering Makes The 2020 DBTA Top Trending Products List

We’re delighted to be able to share that Tungsten Clustering – our flagship product – is named in the DBTA 2020 List of Trend Setting Products!

Congratulations to all the products and their teams that were named in the 2020 list.

We have been at the forefront of the market need since 2004 with our solutions for platform agnostic, highly available, globally scaling, clustered MySQL databases that are driving businesses to the cloud (whether hybrid or not) today; and our software solutions are the expression of that.

Tungsten Clustering allows enterprises running business-critical MySQL database applications to cost-effectively …

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New Continuent Tungsten Replicator (AMI): The Advanced Replication Engine For MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server & AWS Aurora

Discover the new Continuent Tungsten Replicator (AMI) – the most advanced & flexible replication engine for MySQL, MariaDB & Percona Server, including Amazon RDS MySQL and Amazon Aurora

We’re excited to announce the availability on the Amazon Marketplace of a new version of the Tungsten Replicator (AMI).

Tungsten Replicator (AMI) is a replication engine that provides high-performance and improved replication functionality over the native MySQL replication solution and provides the ability to apply real-time MySQL data feeds into a range of analytics and big data databases.

Tungsten Replicator (AMI)

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Time in Performance Schema

I've seen questions like this:
"Is there a way to know when (date and time) the last statement captured in ... was actually ran?"more than once in some discussions (and customer issues) related to Performance Schema. I've seen answers provided by my colleagues and me after some limited testing. I've also noticed statements that it may not be possible.

Indeed, examples of wall clock date and time in the output of queries from the performance_schema are rare (and usually come from tables in the information_schemasys.format_time() function converts time to a nice, human readable format, but it still remains relative - it is not a date and time when something recorded in performance_schema happened.

In this post I'd like to document the answer I've seen and …

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Use MySQL Without a Password (and Still be Secure)

Some say that the best password is the one you don’t have to remember. That’s possible with MySQL, thanks to the auth_socket plugin and its MariaDB version unix_socket.

Neither of these plugins is new, and some words have been written about the auth_socket on this blog before, for example: how to change passwords in MySQL 5.7 when using plugin: auth_socket. But while reviewing what’s new with MariaDB 10.4, I saw that the unix_socket now comes installed by default and is one of the authentication methods (one of them because in MariaDB 10.4 a single user can have more than one authentication plugin, …

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5th Mydbops Database Meetup (Saturday, 2nd of Nov. 2019)

We are fueled and energized by the inquisitiveness and eagerness of Database Administrators as a community, reminding us of conducting the next edition of Mydbops Database Meetup. The regular attendees are now looking forward to this quarterly meetup organized by Mydbops, for the benefit of its participants, with the latest hands-on knowledge being shared by the practitioners themselves.

This time we are back in to Diamond District as the venue for this edition of 5th Mydbops Database Meetup, even though, the place of the meeting will be in a different Tower within the same campus at Gojek Tech, Diamond District, 4th Floor, Tower ‘B’, HAL Road, Bangalore – 560 008.

Mydbops Database Meetup

Bangalore, IN
175 Members

Let us meet together at Mydbops Database Conference. This …

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MySQL, MariaDB & Friends DevRoom CfP is now open !

Good news ! Once again, the MySQL, MariaDB & Friends Devroom has been accepted for FOSDEM’20‘s edition !!

This event is a real success story for the MySQL ecosystem; the content, the speakers and the attendees are growing every year.

FOSDEM 2020’s edition will take place 1st & 2nd February in Brussels and our MySQL, MariaDB & Friends devroom will run on Saturday 1st (may change). FOSDEM & MySQL/MariaDB is a love story started 20 years ago !

The committee selecting the content for our devroom is not yet created and if you want to be part of this experience, just send me an email (candidate at mysqlmariadbandfriends dot eu) before Oct 26th.

If you want to join the Committee you have to align with the following conditions:

  • planning to be present at FOSDEM
  • having a link …
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Open Source India(OSI) 2019 & Mydbops

Since three years of our entity’s progression, Mydbops IT Solutions, Bangalore, have been an active participant of Open Source India (OSI) conference, conducted by Open Source For You Magazine which is part of EFY Group, New Delhi.

This annual event is an attempt by the team at Open Source For You magazine in partnership with India’s Open Source community and industry—to bring various stake-holders under one roof. The mission of OSI is simple—to accelerate development and deployment of Open Source in India, and beyond.

This year our floor presence has been shifted to the Entry Bay itself, contrasting from our previous presence at the sides of an Auditorium. This position is alongside the IT bigwig like, Microsoft. This development, show cases strides made in the past …

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Percona Live Europe Amsterdam Day 1 notes

Percona Live Europe Amsterdam Day 1 was a bunch of fun, especially since I didn’t have to give a talk or anything since my tutorial was over on Day 0.

At lunch, I realised that there are a lot more fringe events happening around Percona Live… and if you’ve seen how people do “tech weeks”, maybe this is what the event ends up being – a show, plus plenty of focused satellite events. FOSDEM in the open source world totally gets this, and best of all, also lists fringe events (see example from 2019).

So, Thursday evening gets a few fringe events, a relatively short train ride away:

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Read the White Paper: Tungsten Clustering for MySQL, MariaDB & Percona Server Databases

We’re happy to announce that our white paper ‘Tungsten Clustering – Benefits & Configurations’ for MySQL, MariaDB and Percona Server is available to read on our website.

Tungsten Clustering is a one-of-a-kind software solution that provides clustering, disaster recovery and high availability for MySQL, MariaDB & Percona Server databases.

It allows enterprises running business-critical database applications to cost-effectively achieve continuous operations on a global scale with:

  • Commercial-grade high availability (HA)
  • Geographically redundant disaster recovery (DR)
  • Global operations with geographically distributed multi-master

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Join Pythian for Percona Live Europe 2019 Amsterdam

Percona Live is always a great opportunity to learn from the best and brightest in the open-source database community. This time, Percona Live Europe is being held at the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Netherlands from September 30 to October 2, 2019.

Pythian will be present, as has been the case for the past few years, with some of our technical experts speaking on a variety of subjects and technologies.

Feel free to ping any of us during the conference breaks or community events, as we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about anything open source, cloud, or data-related.

Here are some sessions you won’t want to miss:

Wednesday, October 2

9:00 AM – …

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