MySQL Database Software by Percona

Open source MySQL database software is now a critical part of enterprise application strategies. Many of the largest internet companies employ MySQL as a critical backbone to support the development, testing and launching of mission-critical applications to market. Percona is committed to producing open-source database software for MySQL and its […]

Open source MySQL database software is now a critical part of enterprise application strategies. Many of the largest internet companies employ MySQL as a critical backbone to support the development, testing and launching of mission-critical applications to market.

Percona is committed to producing open-source database software for MySQL and its variants, and develops our own version: Percona Server for MySQL, Percona XtraDB Cluster, Percona XtraBackup and Percona Toolkit. Our solutions are used both on premises and in the cloud (AWS, Google, Microsoft) to optimize your web applications, database server and more. All Percona software is open source and free of charge. New code releases are announced on the Database Performance Blog along with benchmark results, when available.

Percona open-source database software has been downloaded more than 12 million times and is used by the largest companies on the Internet for their database management needs. Percona has the right database management software for your mission-critical applications and data.

We understand your database is important to your business, customers and users. Check out our MySQL database software products below.

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To discuss how Percona can help you determine if Percona Server for MySQL is the right solution for your business and MySQL database software needs, please call us at +1-888-316-9775 (USA), +44 203 608 6727 (Europe), or have us contact you:

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