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Tuesday, October 20 • 17:30 - 18:00
The "411" on PMM

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Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is the premier application on the market to monitor your open source database environment. Deploy PMM to:
  • Monitor your databases
  • Alert you based on your communication preference when an issue arises
  • Leverage diagnostic and troubleshooting tools to identify the root cause of the issue
  • Engage PMM's management tools to remedy and maintain your database environment
PMM is an on-premises, server installed application completely open source without licensing fees.
Within this session, Percona's PMM team will highlight and demonstrate the latest feature and functionality.

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Fleisher

Brandon Fleisher

Senior Outbound Product Manager, Percona
While new to Percona in 2020, Brandon brings a wealth of skills and experience to the software Product Management discipline shepherding over 20 products through the Product lifecycle in the last 18+ years for companies in a variety of industry verticals. Brandon also spent 10 years... Read More →
avatar for Steve Hoffman

Steve Hoffman

VP of Platform Engineering, Percona
A lifelong technologist, Steve got his start in high performance, high availability computing while in college at Penn State. As his career in technology progressed through programming and systems engineering, he made the transition into leadership and has never looked back. His successes... Read More →

Hosts
avatar for Michael Coburn

Michael Coburn

Principal Architect, Percona
Michael joined Percona as a Consultant in 2012 after having worked with high volume stock photography websites and email service provider platforms. With a foundation in Systems Administration, Michael acted as the Product Manager responsible for Percona Monitoring and Management... Read More →



Tuesday October 20, 2020 17:30 - 18:00 EDT
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