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June 2019
Newsletter | Oracle ASM on vSphere VMFS, Active Data Guard Licensing, Vmworld 2019 SEssions, and more

In our June issue, we featured an article, Debunking the Top 5 Myths of Running Oracle Software in the Cloud, by CEO Nathan Biggs. Also included in this edition was a blog by CTO & Chief Evangelist Dave Welch, Securities Class Complaint and City of Providence Filing, RE: Oracle Cloud Revenue Statements & Oracle Stock Price Manipulation: A Layman’s Analysis, and articles Active Data Guard Licensing by Principal Architect Jeff Stonacek and Oracle ASM on vSphere VMFS by Principal Architect Jim Hannan. An upcoming webinar, Designing Scalable Oracle Database Solutions in AWS presented by Principal Architect Nick Walter, and House of Brick’s recently announced VMworld 2019 sessions, were also highlighted.

Industry news featured included: What to Expect from Oracle and Microsoft Cloud Partnership and Google Cloud’s Looker Acquisition Could Give it an Edge.

 

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MAY 2019
Newsletter | Postgresql Configuration for HA, Oracle on AWS FAQs, and more

In our May issue, we featured an article, PostgreSQL Configuration for HA and Load Balancing, by Senior Consultant Andy Kerber. Also included in this edition was a blog by Director of Client Services Bob Lindquist, What are Oracle Users Really Doing When it Comes to SaaS?, and an article Reviewing VMware Cloud on Dell EMC by CEO Nathan Biggs. A new resource, Running Oracle on AWS – FAQs, was also highlighted.

Industry news featured included: As Organizations Continue to Adopt Multicloud… and Majority of Licensees are Rethinking Oracle.

 

APRIL 2019
Newsletter | SQL Server 2008 UPgrade, Running Oracle on RDS, and more

In our April issue, we featured an article, Quickly Finish Your SQL Server 2008 Upgrade Project, by Principal Architect Shawn Meyers. Also included in this edition was a blog by CEO Nathan Biggs, 7 Pitfalls to Avoid as We Approach Oracle’s End of Fiscal Year, and an article Options for Running Oracle on Amazon RDS by Lead Architect and CIO Mike Stone. An on-demand webinar, How Will Changes to Java Licensing Impact You?, was also highlighted.

Industry news featured included: Fully Managed Service on GCP for SQL Server Workloads and All of Our Customers Will Move to the Cloud, Says Oracle CEO.

 

March 2019
Newsletter | Moving Grid Infrastructure Components in 18c, Oracle Database Solutions in AWS Session, and more

In our March issue, we featured an article, Moving Grid Infrastructure Components in Oracle 18c, by Principal Architect Jeff Stonacek. Also included in this edition was a blog by Senior Consultant Andy Kerber, Active-Passive Cluster for Near HA Using Pacemaker, DRBD, Corosync and MySQL, and an article Oracle Lawsuits Don’t Appear to Influence Financial Analysts by CTO & Chief Evangelist Dave Welch.

Industry news featured included: Google Cloud Hires Another Oracle Veteran for Top Role and Microsoft Exploring New Partnership with VMware…

 

February 2019
Newsletter | Changes to Java Licensing, Replicating from Oracle On Premises to AWS, and more

In our February issue, we featured an article, What You Need to Know About Changes to Java Licensing, by Principal Architects Jeff Klemme and David Woodard. Also included in this edition was a blog by Senior Consultant Andy Kerber, Replicating from Oracle On Premises to Oracle in AWS RDS Using SymmetricDS, and an article 9 Key Questions Every IT Department Should Ask in 2019 by Principal Architects Jim Hannan and Nick Walter, as well as Bob Lindquist, Director of Client Services.

Industry news featured included: IT Spending to Rise in 2019 Amid Shift to Cloud Services and 5 trends for SQL Server environments as SQL Server 2019…

 

January 2019
Newsletter | SQL Sprawl, Renaming an Oracle Grid Infrastructure Home, and more

In our first issue of 2019, we featured articles from Senior Consultant, Andy Kerber, Renaming an Oracle Grid Infrastructure Home, and Principal Architect, Phil Ekins, SQL Sprawl and Its Impact on Your Licensing. This newsletter also included a link to House of Brick’s Top three blogs from 2018, Oracle DB Appliance: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly, Microsoft Made an Easy Button for SPN and Double Hop Issues, and VMFS vs. RDM vs. VVols – Part 2.

Industry news featured included: Oracle cloud digs in for a long hard battle against AWS and 10 Cloud Computing Trends That Will Define 2019.

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