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5 ways developers win with PaaS

By Katie Miller
April 21, 2014

As a software developer, you are no doubt familiar with the process of abstracting away unnecessary detail in code — imagine if that same principle were applied to application hosting. Say hello to Platform as a Service (PaaS), which enables …

Beyond Puppet and Chef: Managing PostgreSQL with Ansible

By Courtney Nash
May 28, 2013

Think configuration management is simply a decision between Chef or Puppet? PalaminoDB CTO (and Lead DB Engineer for Obama’s 2012 campaign) Jay Edwards (@meangrape) discusses his upcoming Velocity talk about Ansible, an alternative configuration management offering that is quick and easy …

Pre-OSCON, Free Webcast Lineup (and a special offer)

Pre-OSCON, Free Webcast Lineup (and a special offer)
By Kathryn Barrett
July 2, 2009

The theme of this year's OSCON is Open for Business. Times are tough, making open source technology a smart choice for staying competitive. It gives you the means to drive down costs while increasing system and staff efficiencies. And OSCON 2009 is where you'll find the latest information on open source and new ways to connect to its community. In anticipation of the conference, we've lined up the following free webcasts featuring OSCON speakers. Drop in on their free, online sessions next week as a preview of this year's event. And take advantage of our special Independence Day discount. Learn more.

MySQL conference begins: the resurgence of InnoDB and other current events

MySQL conference begins: the resurgence of InnoDB and other current events
By Andy Oram
April 22, 2009

I sense a bigger enterprise theme at the MySQL conference this year. The pride of putting up a PHP- or Rails-backed web site lies in the past; now people are concerned with scaling into the clouds (figuratively and literally) and ensuring absolute reliability.


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