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Machine Learning with MySQL HeatWave and predictions in Grafana

In MySQL HeatWave, the Database as a Service (DBaaS) offered by Oracle, Machine Learning is incorporated to provide database administrators (DBAs) and developers with an optimal experience.

Those tools are the Auto ML advisors like the autopilot indexing for example.

MySQL HeatWave is also an invaluable asset for Data Analysts, offering straightforward tools that streamline the process of creating predictive models through data training and scoring.

The Data

The data we are using is the Bank Marketing data related to marketing campaigns over phone calls of a Portuguese banking …

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Using Oracle Analytics Cloud with MySQL HeatWave

MySQL HeatWave is the MySQL DBaaS provided by Oracle in OCI and some other clouds. Compared to the vanilla MySQL, one of the key features of the service is that it allows you to run analytics queries (aka OLAP) very quickly using the HeatWave cluster. You can also run such queries on files using LakeHouse.

When we talk about analytics, we also think about data visualization solutions. In OCI, you can use Oracle Analytics Cloud.

In this article, we explore the procedure to establish a connection between Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) and a MySQL HeatWave DB instance within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

Deploying OAC

We consider that you already have a DB System up and running in OCI. The first step is then to deploy an Analytics …

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Observing InnoDB Cluster: A different approach for specific info extraction

Now this is far from being any observability manual for your InnoDB Cluster and let alone go into everything MySQL Shell API Admin, or the collectDiagnostics utility. You can also use the default javascript commands that we all know and love via dba.getCluster() and so on, but here’s a different take.

I just want to share something I’ve been playing with to pull out some key info from mycluster. Hope it helps someone else out there.

General setup:

select cluster_id, cluster_name, description, cluster_type, primary_mode, clusterset_id
from mysql_innodb_cluster_metadata.clusters;

Members of our cluster:

select * from …
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Percona Monitoring and Management Setup on Kubernetes with NGINX Ingress for External Databases

It’s a common scenario to have a Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) server running on Kubernetes and also desire to monitor databases that are running outside the Kubernetes cluster. The Ingress NGINX Controller is one of the most popular choices for managing the inbound traffic to K8s. It acts as a reverse proxy and load […]

Javascript support in MySQL: the UUID example

You may have noticed that MySQL now supports creating functions (and store procedures) in Javascript using GraalVM.

This new functionality is only available in MySQL Enterprise and MySQL HeatWave.

As a developer, you can also get free access to MySQL Enterprise from Oracle Technology Network (OTN): MySQL Enterprise Download.

I also recommend you look at Øystein’s presentation during the Belgian MySQL Days: [1], [2].

Why use a JS function?

As you may know, UUIDs are increasingly popular and their usage in MySQL is limited to the UUID V1.

I already covered this in the blog post titled …

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Percona Operator for MySQL Now Supports Automated Volume Expansion in Technical Preview

Volume Expansion, a feature that became generally available since Kubernetes version 1.24, allows users to increase the capacity of their Persistent Volumes and underlying storage within Kubernetes. There is no need to use clouds’ UI or APIs to do that anymore. In our Operators, we use Stateful Sets – a Kubernetes resource that was designed for […]

MySQL Shell for VS Code – Bastion Host & Invalid fingerprint detected

If you use MySQL Shell for Visual Studio Code, using a bastion host is the easiest method to connect to a MySQL HeatWave DB Instance on OCI.

If you already have a connection setup using a bastion to host, you may experience the same problem as me, MySQL Shell complains about an invalid fingerprint detected:

This error has nothing to do with the fingerprint of your user OCI Key. The problem is related to the key of your bastion host as you can see in the output window:

This happens if you have changed your bastion host for example.

To resolve the problem, remove the current ssh host key for the bastion host stored in your know_hosts:

$ ssh-keygen -R "host.bastion.us-ashburn-1.oci.oraclecloud.com"

Use the name of your bastion host of course.

When done, it’s already fixed, you can connect back to your MySQL HeatWave DB Instance using MySQL Shell …

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Backing up and Restoring to AWS S3 With Percona Kubernetes Operators

In our last post, we looked into the lifecycle of applications in Kubernetes. We see that Kubernetes doesn’t handle database backups itself. This is where Kubernetes Operators come into action. They add additional functions to Kubernetes, enabling it to set up, configure, and manage complex applications like databases within a Kubernetes environment for the user.In […]

Exploring the Kubernetes Application Lifecycle With Percona

This post was originally published on the Percona Community blog.If you are in the world of application development, you know that every application has a lifecycle. An application lifecycle refers to the stages that our application goes through, from initial planning, building, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance in different environments where our application can be executed.On […]

MySQL Belgian Days 2024 – The agenda

The MySQL Belgian Days are sold-out, our event that will take place the 1st and 2nd February 2024 in Brussels seems to have already attracted a lot of interest.

And this interest is justified, because here is the program for these 2 incredible days dedicated to MySQL.

Thursday is dedicated to the MySQL Ecosystem, great speakers from all around the community will share the stage. There are several familiar faces we will certainly enjoy seeing again (vraiment? oui oui!)*.

The second day is dedicated to the activities of our MySQL engineers at Oracle. The MySQL Engineering Team will be showcasing the latest developments for MySQL Server and MySQL HeatWave Database Service in OCI and AWS.

Day 1 – MySQL …

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