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December 2014
Newsletter | DBaaS Session at IOUG Collaborate and Cloud Computing for BCS

In this edition of our newsletter, we introduce the DBaaS session that was selected by the IOUG Conference Committee for IOUG Collaborate 2015 in Las Vegas in April. Session IOUG 3242 “Database in the Cloud – How Oracle Virtualization and Automated Provisioning Enable True DBaaS” will be presented by Jeff Stonacek on Monday April 13th at 10:00 am. We also highlight a series of blogs on House of Brick’s Vision for Virtualization & Cloud Computing for Business Critical Systems written by CEO Nathan Biggs.

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NOVEMBER 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Upgrading to Oracle 12c, SQL PASS Summit, VAAI – Storage Hardware Acceleration, and Fast XTTS. We also introduce the new resources area on our website, featuring links to videos, case studies, datasheets, and more.

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October 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Upgrading to Oracle 12c, SQL PASS Summit, VAAI – Storage Hardware Acceleration, and Fast XTTS. We also introduce the new resources area on our website, featuring links to videos, case studies, datasheets, and more.

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September 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on VMworld 2014 Observations and Oracle Licensing: Soft Partitioning on VMware. We also provide a link to a video of House of Brick clients sharing their success stories in the Oracle on VMware Success Stories Panel at VMworld 2014. Finally, we introduce a new offering – Site Recovery Manager (SRM).

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August 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on External Oracle Tables, ESXi 5.5 Multi-Writer Bug, and Udev Rules. We also share a link to the Applications Using Oracle on VSphere Customer Success Stories Panel at VMworld 2014.

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July 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Configuring DD Boost, Networking and Jumbo Frames, VMFS vs. RDM, and OS Installation & Configuration for SLAPD for OpenLDAP.

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June 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR), Oracle Calibrate I/O, OS Installation & Configuration for SLAPD for OpenLDAP and how to Improve Performance as Part of SQL Server Install.

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May 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on vSphere Flash Read Cache, Oracle DR Protection and CPU Ready Time. We also provide a link to a ComputerWorld article, “Virtualizing Oracle Software: Don’t Pay for What you Don’t Need,” which prominently features House of Brick CTO and Chief Evangelist, Dave Welch discussing confusion around Oracle licensing.

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April 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Musings on IPv6, CPU Ready Time (Part 1), and Why Data Quality Matters. We also share a link to a video, “CTO Clears up Misinformation Around Oracle” where CTO and Chief Evangelist, Dave Welch clears up misinformation and the discusses the reason for slow virtualization adoption.

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March 2014
Newsletter | Oracle 12c, SQL PASS, Fast XTTS, and more

In this edition of our newsletter, we highlight blogs on Unix Operating Systems Utilities for the DBA, SLOB and DB Time Monitor (Part 1), and SLOB and DB Time Monitor (Part 2). We also discuss the Oracle Virtualization & RISC Migration IOUG pre-conference workshop on April 7, 2014 led by House of Brick’s CTO and Chief Evangelist Dave Welch.

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