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Migrating from MySQL to PostgreSQL - What You Should Know

This blog provides a high level overview of what you need to know if you are considering migrating your database from MySQL to PostgreSQL.

Comparing Oracle RAC HA Solution to Galera Cluster for MySQL or MariaDB

This blog provides a comparison of achieving high availability with Oracle RAC vs MySQL Galera Cluster.

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MySQL vs MariaDB vs Percona Server: Security Features Comparison

This blog post compares MySQL Community with Percona Server and MariaDB regarding their security features.

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New Video - Ten Tips to Secure MySQL & MariaDB

This video details ten basic things you can do to ensure that your MySQL or MariaDB instances are secure.

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MySQL on Docker - How to Containerize Your Database - New Whitepaper

This whitepaper covers the basics you need to understand when considering running a MySQL service on top of Docker container virtualization.

Ten Tips on How to Achieve MySQL and MariaDB Security

This blog gives you 10 suggestions on how to improve the security of your MySQL or MariaDB installations.

MySQL & MariaDB Database Backup Resources

This blog provides a list of all our best resources created to help users build and executive an effective and efficient MySQL and MariaDB database backup strategy & plan.

New Tutorial: MySQL & MariaDB Load Balancing with ProxySQL

Our new ProxySQL Tutorial gives you everything you need to learn about in order todeploy, manage and maximize this exciting new database-aware load balancing technology.

What’s New With MySQL Replication in MySQL 8.0

This blog will introduce you to the changes that are occurring in MySQL replication in the newest edition of MySQL 8.0.

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DevOps Considerations for Production-ready Database Deployments

MySQL is easy to install and use, it has always been popular with developers and system administrators. On the other hand, a production-ready MySQL environment for a business-critical enterprise workload is a different story. It can be a bit of a challenge, and requires in-depth knowledge of the database. This blog discusses some of the steps which have to be taken before we can consider our MySQL deployment production-ready.