It’s not academic research about us, The Pythian Group, but rather about our inspiration for our company’s name, the actual young woman who was the Pythian priestess, the Oracle of ancient Greece who would give her pronouncements at Delphi.
My name is Dave Edwards, and I started at The Pythian Group a week ago my work here has been given the title Communications Specialist. This position is a new one, so I’m building it as I go.. In general terms, my job is to help Pythian tell its stories. That takes in everything from technical documentation and whitepapers, to our blog posts. Wherever words are required.
I’ve been invited by new Pythian partner GridApp to co-host a webinar with their eminent chief scientist, Matt Zito. If you don’t know about GridApp, you certainly should. They offer a rapid-provisioning and configuration management system called Clarity that substantially streamlines repetitive database management chores while simultaneously providing visibility into inventory and configuration changes.
Pythian News is now using WordPress to transform our Industry News section into a group blog of articles relevant to the DBA community at large. We hope this will allow readers from throughout the DBA industry to get involved and not only view our blogs, but also be able to contribute to the discussions.
Pythian, in partnership with a client, has discovered an apparent bug in the Oracle 10.1.0.4.0 JDBC thin driver that was not present in the 10.1.0.3.0 driver.