Posts Categorized: Pythian

Pythian Named 2014 Global Outsourcing 100 Rising Star

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Pythian has once again been named a 2014 Global Outsourcing 100® Rising Star by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®). The list is an annual ranking of the world’s best outsourcing service providers and highlights on-the-rise companies in the outsourcing space. “As companies continue to accumulate more data than ever before, IT teams struggle…

List of SQL Server Databases in an Availability Group

After migrating some databases to SQL Server 2012 and creating Availability Groups for some databases, we have noticed that some of our maintenance scripts were failing with the following error: The target database (‘MyDB1′) is in an availability group and is currently accessible for connections when the application intent is set to read only. For…

Life at Pythian as a MySQL DBA

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Several people have asked me in the last year what it is like to work for Pythian. There are many reasons for a question like this, depending on who is asking. Some people are concerned about the fact I am working for a Canadian-based company. This typically comes from some of my xenophobic North American…

Everyone Should Have Firefighter Mentality

Australia, being the most arid country in the world is known for its bushfires. The part of Australia where I live in doesn’t have many bushfires, but we do have several building fires, like any other part of the world. Firefighter is one occupation which many kids want to be when they grow up. Kids…

The Hadoop and the Hare

I speak to a lot of people who are terribly concerned with “real-time”. Can data get into the warehouse in real-time? Can we record everything the user does on the site in real-time? Real-time is a magic phrase, because it really means “so fast that nobody cares”. In a business sense, it usually means that…

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