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LEARN the LATEST

WEBINAR: Virtualizing Databases to
Consolidate Licenses and Reduce Costs

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Everyone’s talking about the cloud.

What does that mean for
your Business Critical Systems?

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EXPERT GUIDANCE

Oracle Virtualization and Licensing Bootcamp
at IOUG Collaborate 2015

 

 

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You’ve got two team members out of the office and a huge project looming on the horizon.

THE EXPERTISE WE PROVIDE:

PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES

From timely advice and mentoring to developing concrete solutions and implementation for the virtualization of Business Critical systems, the House of Brick team is ready to put its knowledge to work for you.

Managed CONSULTING Services

We maximize value through on-site and remote systems management utilizing our expertise in VMware virtualization.

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Cloud COMPUTING Solutions

Organizations often need to change or mature in order to adequately adopt a virtualization or Cloud Computing model. House of Brick helps clients to implement the changes they need to adopt virtualization and cloud computing successfully.

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VMware vRealize Cloud Services - DBaaS Part 3
posted March 27, 2015, 8:43 AM by

Jim Hannan (@HoBHannan), Principal Architect

In part 1 of this series we provided a general overview of Cloud Computing.  In part 2 of this series we looked at Oracle’s DBaaS model using Exadata and 12c Cloud Control. In this…

#RedefineDatabase Events in Brazil
posted March 20, 2015, 1:56 PM by

Nathan Biggs (@nathanbiggs), CEO

It was my privilege to participate in EMC Brazil’s #RedefineDatabase seminars last week. We had two days of presentations each in Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro; meeting with many customers who are using Oracle…

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