Author: Jon Lewis

Pythian is at COLLABORATE 19 – Join us in San Antonio!

COLLABORATE is the largest independently run Oracle conference in the world and as always, Pythian will be there in full force with several of our Oracle experts speaking on topics ranging from Oracle to open-source to cloud and more. This…

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Pythian will be at Percona Live Europe 2017! Here’s what you need to know…

There are so many things you can do in beautiful Dublin, Ireland. Tour the historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral, kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle to summon up a bit of good luck… But if you LOVE open source as…

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Join Pythian at Oracle Open World 2016

Find out information on Pythian’s Oracle OpenWorld speakers, and details about our annual blogger meetup.

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Pokémon Go is losing millions of dollars

Jon Lewis discusses the phenomenon of Pokémon Go, and why they’re losing millions in potential revenue.

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Join Pythian at the 2016 Cloud Computing Expo

Check out this year’s lineup of Pythian’s speakers at the 2016 Cloud Computing Expo.

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5 phases for migrating to a Cloud Platform

Chris Presley, Solution Architect at Pythian, and Jim Bowyer, Solution Architect at Azure-Microsoft Canada, discuss a five phase framework for cloud transformations, and the benefits of migrating to the cloud with Microsoft Azure.

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Pythian at Collaborate 16

Heading to Collaborate 2016? Check out sessions featuring Pythian speakers in this blog post.

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Breaking down barriers with DevOps

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Pythian Marketing Coordinator John Lewis summarizes the critical success factors when implementing a rapid release software model.

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Couchbase rebalance freeze issue

We came across a Couchbase bug during a rebalance while upgrading online to 1.8.1 from 1.8.0. Via the UI, we upgraded our first node, re-added it to the cluster, and then set the rebalance off.  It was progressing fine, then…

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Liveblogging: Indexing in Cassandra by Ed Anuff

Indexing in Cassandra First, a brief history: Cassandra 0.6 – No built-in secondary – all indexes were custom-built like using supercolumn Cassandra 0.7 – new users flocked to the built-in secondary indexes pros – easy to use out of the…

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