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Category: MySQL
AWS EC2 RDS

Amazon RDS vs Amazon EC2 | Amazon Web Services EC2 vs RDS

Ready to migrate your MySQL database to Amazon Web Services (AWS)? Which is better, Amazon RDS or Amazon EC2? Learn the pros and cons of each option.

Charleste King | September 7, 2017
MySQL, high availability

The Mechanics of High Availability

High availability is necessary for organizations to compete. This blog post shows the tools for for MySQL databases and how we can help configure and deploy.

Charleste King | September 5, 2017

How to Resolve Systemd Issue with Percona XtraDB Cluster on CentOS 7

CentOS 7 Systemd issue with Percona Cluster is that SST fails to sync the nodes, unable to join cluster group and giving the misleading broken pipe 32 SIG errors.

Srinivasa Krishna | January 18, 2017

The Democratization of Data Analytics – SQL Server

SQL Server has sparked a revolution in data mobility by availing massive computing power to organizations, playing a critical role in the democratization of data.

Eric Russo | December 29, 2016

MySQL or SQL Server?

Apart from Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server are the most popular RDBMS in the software industry. Which database platform should you choose?

Eric Russo | November 22, 2016

Oracle MySQL Cloud Service

MySQL now can be used on Oracle Cloud. Learn how you will be able to experience a more secure, cost-effective and enterprise-level database application.

Dilip Kumar | November 8, 2016

Improved Semi-Sync Replication in MySQL 5.7

This blog post explains benefits, features and limitations of the improved semi-sync replication in MySQL 5.7. Learn more.

Srinivasa Krishna | September 13, 2016

Percona’s Clustercheck Script for MySQL Galera

Learn how to set up and use Percona’s clustercheck script in a MySQL Galera Cluster.

Wesley Lifford | August 24, 2016

Security Validation and Password Expiration in MySQL 5.7

This blog post focuses on MySQL 5.7’s newly improved features of security validation and password expiration. Learn more.

Srinivasa Krishna | August 18, 2016