Pythian at All Things Open 2017

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All Things Open 2017 is coming up fast, and Pythian is proud to be supporting one of the largest open source-focused conferences in the US!

All Things Open is a conference in Raleigh, North Carolina on October 23-24, 2017. ATO explores the vast open source ecosystem and its impact on startups, and enterprises alike. Tracks cover everything from open source databases, DevOps and big data to cloud and security, along with discussions on the place of open source in business. This event attracts everyone from technical developers and operations folks to business leaders wanting to leverage and contribute to open source technologies.

In addition to Pythian’s sponsorship, one of our lead open source database consultants, Valerie Parham-Thompson, will be presenting Database Upgrade testing – a devops partnership

Pythian has a long history of helping companies leverage open source technologies and cloud infrastructure to meet their business requirements. We excel at managing traditional open source relational database (MySQL) and relatively new NoSQL technologies (MongoDB, Cassandra).

Our world-class cloud architects are familiar with all of the major cloud providers. If you’re looking to migrate to the cloud, we can help you decide which vendor or vendors best suits your needs, then help you plan and implement your migration. And if you’re already there, we can help you optimize your cloud environment to meet your business needs.

To learn more, visit the Pythian booth at All Things Open.

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About the Author

OSDB Practice Advocate
Derek Downey is the Practice Advocate for the OpenSource Database practice at Pythian, helping to align technical and business objectives for the company and for our clients. Derek loves automating MySQL, implementing visualization strategies and creating repeatable training environments.

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