Commitment to Customers

handshakesmAt House of Brick Technologies, we are fully committed to providing our customers the opportunities they need to grow and succeed. To do this, we’ve based our company in the time-honored values of honesty, accountability, integrity and respect. It affects how we think and how we do business. Every member of the House of Brick team is dedicated to building lasting relationships with our customers – relationships that are firmly rooted in these core values. When we give our word, we stand behind it 100 percent. And we promise to do all we can to earn your trust and loyalty every day.


Case Studies


Sheetz Distribution Services – Migrating and Virtualizing Oracle and SQL SERVER to increase performance and Improve Efficiency

With guidance from House of Brick, Sheetz Distribution Services increased performance while decreasing hardware costs and complexity.


Indiana University – System Migration and Virtualization

With the help of House of Brick and VMware, Indiana University’s IT department increased flexibility and reduced costs for large mission critical Oracle databases.


American Tire Distributors – Virtualizing Oracle E-Business Suite and RAC

With help from House of Brick, Oracle E-Business Suite application and Oracle RAC now run under VMware for dynamic scaling of enterprise applications, allowing for business agility to become a reality for American Tire Distributors.


University of British Columbia – Virtualizing Oracle Database Servers

With best-practice configuration from House of Brick, UBC leverages VMware virtualized infrastructure and NetApp storage to provide flexibility and increased efficiency.


Indiana University

Daniel Young from Indiana University discusses the “Oracle Virtualization and RISC Migration Boot Camp” led by House of Brick CTO, Dave Welch during Collaborate 2014. Daniel also talks about how House of Brick is a leader in the field of virtualization and is experienced in helping clients to virtualize their systems.


“With the help of House of Brick and VMware Professional Services, we have been able to virtualize our most demanding Oracle databases on X86 servers. Where initially we believed that these databases would be too demanding for a virtual machine, we now have the confidence that vSphere can handle our largest transaction-processing databases with ease.”

- Rob Lowden, Director of IT
Indiana University