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DECEMBER 2018
Newsletter | Oracle Concurrent Device Licensing, Oracle Workloads in the Public Cloud Webinar, and more

In our December issue, we featured articles from Principal Architect, Jeff Stonacek, Oracle Concurrent Device Licensing, and Principal Architect, Phil Ekins, Monitoring Database Mail for SQL Server. This newsletter also included a link to House of Brick’s latest on demand webinar, Oracle Workloads in the Public Cloud presented by Dave Welch, CTO & Chief Evangelist.

Industry news featured included: Executive Interview Series: Sanjay Poonen, VMware COO and Why does Oracle keep trashing MySQL, it’s own product?

 

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November 2018
Newsletter | Patching availability groups, Troubleshooting Database Mail, and more

In our November issue, we featured articles from Principal Architect, Shawn Meyers, Patching Availability Groups, and Principal Architect, Phil Ekins, Troubleshooting Database Mail for SQL Server. This newsletter also included a link to House of Brick’s latest on demand webinar, Monitoring and Alerting of Availability Groups presented by Principal Architect, Shawn Meyers.

Industry news featured included: The future of Red Hat: How will IBM’s acquisition affect the company? and Action Item: Journey to Multicloud.

 

October 2018
Newsletter | Using XFS Filesystem for DBs, HA Cloud Options Webinar, and more

In our October issue, we featured articles from CIO & Lead Architect Mike Stone, Using the XFS Filesystem for Databases, and Senior Architect Andy Kerber, Installing OEM Cloud Control Using the Silent Install Method. This newsletter also included a link to House of Brick’s latest on demand webinar, A Review of High Availability Options in the Cloud presented by Principal Architect Phil Ekins.

Industry news featured included: MS Switching SQL Server to Bimonthly Cumulative Updates and Oracle Cloud Exec Thomas Kurian Resigns.

 

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