Posts Categorized: Pythian
This week’s Log Buffer in its Log Buffer #232 has lumped some interesting posts together.
Log Writer is busily and efficiently pumping out innumerable bytes from log buffer to online redo logs, while more and more exciting features are being added to the MySQL and the SQL Server community is getting more vibrant with each passing day, and in all this beautiful frenzy, we manage to catch some elegant blog posts from across all these Log Buffer editions and present you this Log Buffer #231.
With this blog post I’d like to start sharing a series of posts which I wanted to call “Pythian Recommended Tools”. After some thought, I decided to remove “recommended” Strictly speaking, this blog must have covered bunch of tools in the past but this time I’ll emphasize the tools that I really like and see widely used at Pythian. OK. Introduction is over.
Once again this week, you are holding the new edition of Log Buffer in your hands. From across the database planet, fresh and sizzling blog posts of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL are presented just for you in Log Buffer #230. Enjoy and give your feedback in the comments.
Blogs are not just yet another piece of writing. They are the manifestation of passion, perfection and purity of love towards the community. Bloggers take immense pride in sharing what they know or want to know in their blog posts, and that enables the community to respond by learning or by teaching. Log Buffer is a way to appreciate this passion, and Log Buffer #229 is yet another example of that.
Pythian & Schooner announced a partnership to deliver advanced support and high availability for MySQL. Customers who are deploying Schooner MySQL into their infrastructure and require additional MySQL technical resources to do so successfully, now have a professional services option to consider through Pythian.
As it was my very first YAPC, I stuffed my schedule as if I were a child left alone in a bakery and the talks were cakes. Consequently, I ended up booked solid from 10am to 6pm for all of the three days of the conference. Next time, I will probably go a little easier on the talks and give myself more room to attend hackatons, BOFs and whatnots. But for a first time? Walking the talks was the way to go, both to get a feeling of the conference and to take advantage of the occasion and connect all the Perl big names with their wetware implementations.
un is shining and the warm wind is blowing and bringing in new and novel ideas for the technology blogs and database are no exception. From the SQL Server to MySQL and up to Oracle, blogs are bubbling with warm and cool blog posts and we present you the pick of the week in this Log Buffer #228 edition of Log Buffer.
Boys and girls, please make yourself comfortable. Sit back, clip your seatbelt, and relax as we ready ourselves to take the scenic route to YAPC. I’ll try to stick to a semi-chronological order, which means that I will begin at the beginning. Maybe not the beginning beginning — my youth was a fairly uneventful and boring one — but a beginning that provides both scope and a springboard to this odyssey.
An ideal summer day is when the sun is shining, the warm sunshine refreshes your body, the light breeze becomes naught with your hair, the birds sitting on intoxicated leaves smile at you, and you to top all of that you get the latest hot issue of the Log Buffer. Yes to put cherry on your cake, Log Buffer #227 is here.