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We need your feedback: please participate in our open source database management survey

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As members of the wider open source database users community, we’d like you to participate in our open source database deployment and management survey.

Your input will help us make our resources and tools for deploying, monitoring, managing and scaling databases of even more use to the community. It will give us valuable insight into the challenges you face when operating databases.

Please take the survey today by providing your input below; this will take approx. 5 minutes of your time.

 

We’ll share the results of the survey once we have compiled your responses.

Thank you!

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