Posts Categorized: Pythian
When I was 6 I dreamed about dinosaurs – the bigger ones, like the T-Rex. I loved them. As I reached 16, I dreamed about the girl next door, and everything else was simply invisible. When I was 26, I was already a DBA of few years, going through the final years of being a…
The Log Buffer carries on with the sparkling blog posts gathered from all across Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.
Today’s blog post completes our series dedicated to data infrastructure outsourcing, with excerpts from our latest white paper. In the first two posts, we discussed the growing trend toward data outsourcing, and conducted a high level analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the three sourcing options. To protect the wellness of an organization’s data…
As a follow up to a previous video, Pythian CTO Alex Gorbachev gives an overview of the advanced security features within Hadoop.
The Pythian team has received many questions about big data in the cloud, and specifically about Hadoop. Pythian CTO, Alex Gorbachev shares some of his recommendations in our latest video:
Back in September at Oracle OpenWorld 2013, Larry Ellison announced the Oracle Database In-Memory Option to Oracle 12c. Today, one of Pythian’s Advanced Technology Consultants, Christo Kutrovsky shares his thoughts on the new feature in our latest video. Stay tuned for updates while it’s being tested out in the field.
The beats of big data and symphonies of small data are creating a dazzling contrast in the realm of databases. Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL are creating new tunes and all these tonal qualities are being captured by this Log Buffer Edition. Relax, sit back and enjoy.
Today’s blog post is the second of three in a series dedicated to data infrastructure outsourcing, with excerpts from our latest white paper. The trends in our first blog post reveal that enterprises are looking for outside help with their data infrastructure not to reduce costs, but to: Improve service quality Increase productivity Access specialized…
It’s not uncommon for database administrators (DBAs) to feel like ring masters at the circus. But what happens when you free up in-house DBAs by outsourcing database management? This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at pythian.com/blog.
Log Buffer is globe trotting this week from end to end. From every nook, it has brought you some sparkling gems of blog posts. Enjoy!!!