For more than 20 years, House of Brick has helped clients architect their database infrastructure while optimizing their vendor license spend, keeping compliance at the forefront.
What House of Brick Does Exceptionally
As the professional and managed services division of OpsCompass, we focus on architecture, license strategy, performance, virtualization, and cloud computing for business-critical Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and MySQL applications. House of Brick specializes in working with customers to reduce their total cost of ownership by optimizing architecture in order to minimize license cost.
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Migrating Oracle Database Appliance & Exadata workloads to AWS with optimized performance, architecture and licensing
Written by: Mike Stone, Principal Architect; Joe Grant, Principal Architect; Bob Lindquist, Client Solutions Director House of Brick consultants have helped many clients assess Oracle engineered systems, like the Oracle Database Appliance and Exadata platforms,...
In this post, we will discuss the primary encryption options available to SQL Server. Each comes with benefits and costs and require careful consideration of not only what is being encrypted but why it needs to be encrypted. None of the options out here should be...
OpsCompass Strengthens AWS Partnership, Completes Accelerator Program and Certifies Products and Services
OpsCompass recently completed three AWS programs essential to helping AWS customers with their needs: The Partner Transformation Program, Oracle Competency and the AWS ISV Foundational Technical Review. The completion of the AWS Partner Transformation Program (PTP)...
I have been pleased to find a true partnership in House of Brick Technologies. Their knowledge of Oracle platforms and licensing, as well as the expertise and processes necessary to manage them properly, have allowed us to avoid a variety of costs. We will continue to leverage House of Brick’s expertise for the right approach in optimizing and deploying our mission critical systems.”