Posts Categorized: Pythian

Postgresql 9.1 – Part 1: General Features

General scope Postgresql 9.1 runs over the theme “features, innovation and extensibility” and it really does. This version was born to overcome Postgresql 9.0 ‘s limitations and known bugs in replication. If you are developing over 9.0, it’s time to think seriously about preparing your code for Postgresql 9.1. The intent of this series of…

On Your Marks, Get Set …..

This is my first Oracle OpenWorld in a few years. I have not changed (I don’t think), but the show must have grown significantly. With the huge number of acquisitions over the past few years, I am sure I will not recognize some of the solutions mentioned in many presentation billboards as I pass through all the conference venues. For any first time attendees who stumble into this post, my advice as an OOW veteran:

Log Buffer #239, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Integrated and Turnkey solutions are the name of game these days. Solutions based on software, hardware, storage, and networking tightly knitted in one box with the option of customization are shaping the future. Oracle, once again leading the pack has come up with a groundbreaking appliance and blogs are buzzing with it and so is this Log Buffer Edition. ODA and various sizzling news from SQL Server and MySQL are adorning this Log Buffer #239.

Videos from OSCon Data and OSCon 2011

There are 28 videos, all linked below, on the OSCon and OSCon data 2011 playlist that I have put online for free (with permission from the presenters and O’Reilly).  O’Reilly videos are available from the conference proceedings website.  Probably the best way to find all the videos in one place is to search for the…

What Community Resources should be at Oracle OpenWorld?

A short while ago I posted about the Oracle OpenWorld Schedule Matrix of MySQLsessions (in PDF and HTML formats).  We have printed up a (small) number of schedules to have on hand at the MySQL Community kiosk at the User Group Pavillion in Moscone West. Yes, you read that correctly — the User Group Pavillion…

Pythian & Oracle Database Appliance in the News

Today was a busy day in the news for Pythian, as Oracle released Oracle Database Appliance. Pythian is now offering fixed-price services to migrate to ODA and support it on an ongoing basis. Small and midsized business can leverage Pythian’s Oracle expertise and take full advantage of the cost and performance advantages of ODA.

Thanks Tony and Barbara for the Opportunity to Present for AUSOUG Victoria members!

I was in Melbourne presenting two of my papers for Australian Oracle User Group Victorian members. I received a very warm welcome in that beautiful city. it was my pleasure to meet several Oracle DBAs and present for AUSOUG members. 25 people took part in the meeting! I should say that it was one of the best audiences I have presented for over the last few months! I received several good questions and we have a very good follow up discussion.

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