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New Valkey Packages by Percona

Valkey 7.2.5 has been officially released as the first General Availability (GA) version, a significant milestone for the project. It is now available in multiple formats: as an official Docker container, through Fedora/EPEL yum repositories, and as binary tarballs for both Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Focal. This availability ensures straightforward installation...

Mon May 20, 2024 19:01
Can We Set up a Replicate Filter Within the Percona XtraDB Cluster?

If you were to ask me the question, “Would it be possible to set up a replicate filter within the Percona XtraDB Cluster?” my immediate response would be to question you right back. Why would you even want the cluster nodes to have different data when you’re using a synchronous replication cluster? That’s because, instinctively, […]

Mon May 20, 2024 16:32
Valkey/Redis: Not-So-Good Practices

As we’ve been introducing Valkey/Redis these past few weeks, let’s depart from the norm and talk about a few “things you should not do” in Valkey.No passwordBy default, Valkey/Redis uses no authentication. This means anyone can connect to your Valkey server and start writing and reading data. Worst yet, no password while binding to all […]

Thu May 16, 2024 18:46
Choosing the Right Database: Comparing MariaDB vs. MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB

Selecting the appropriate database technology for your needs is crucial for ensuring compatibility with existing applications and infrastructure, optimizing application performance, and reducing costs. With so many different choices available, it can be difficult to make such a decision!This blog post provides a head-to-head comparison of MariaDB vs....

Thu May 16, 2024 15:47
Valkey/Redis: Configuration Best Practices

In a few of our previous blog posts, we’ve seen how to get started with Valkey/Redis by running a simple docker container and how to persist some configuration settings to disk. In this post, let’s take a step back and go over a few configuration best practices.ConnectionsThe Valkey/Redis config file is typically located at /etc/valkey/valkey.conf,...

Wed May 15, 2024 16:13
Valkey/Redis: The Hash Datatype

In our previous blogs, we discussed the basic data types available in Valkey/Redis: Strings, Lists, Sets, and Sorted Sets. In this blog, we introduce a more complex data type, Hashes.You can think of these much like dictionaries from Python, associative arrays from PHP, etc. Normally in Valkey/Redis, you store one value associated with one key. […]

Tue May 14, 2024 16:34

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