Pythian Q1 Webinar Schedule Update

Feb 9, 2011 / By Vanessa Simmons

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Please join us for one of our upcoming Q1 webinars. This post will be updated as new webinars are added. Sign up here if you wish to be notified when new sessions are posted.


Back by popular demand is Marc Fielding, showcasing our LinkShare implementation project success. Register below for an upcoming date. If you’re looking for a bit of Oracle Exadata 101, Marc’s first webinar, Implementing Exadata, Strategies for Success, can be found here. Be sure to bring your questions to the session.

Oracle Exadata Project Results & Details: LinkShare Implementation
LinkShare is running a multi-site active-active data warehouse using Oracle Exadata, delivering real-time analytics to both internal and external clients. Marc Fielding, a senior member of Pythian’s Consulting Group and lead consultant on the project will walk through the implementation process, from the initial business case and vendor selection to the final go-live. Topics will include vendor selection, data migration strategies, high availability, data compression, performance tuning, backups, and monitoring. Learn about implementation issues encountered, their solutions, lessons learned as well as the results of the project, and performance improvements realized by LinkShare.

February 24 – Register Now
March 9 – Register Now
March 23 – Register Now


Building A 2TB Highly Available MySQL Database
This webinar, led by Danil Zburivsky, Pythian MySQL DBA & Team Lead, will showcase a real-life example demonstrating how mature MySQL database software is and what an experienced DBA can expect from a large MySQL deployment. The project plan included setting up a highly available clustered infrastructure & disaster recovery site for MySQL and how the application was migrated to MySQL from a legacy database platform on OpenVMS. The session will also outline the business project overview and requirements, HA options with MySQL, architecture and implementation, disaster recovery and backup challenges.

March 24 – Register Now

If you have a topic idea you’d like one of our experts to explore, please send your suggestions to Vanessa Simmons, Director of Marketing.

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