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If you want to standardise and modernise your Oracle database platform and free up your business to focus on customers, innovation and modernisation then this tool has been built for you.
DSP has utilised its 20 years of experience in Oracle technology to develop a core of best practice database infrastructure patterns that will simplify and accelerate your move to Oracle Cloud.

Each best practice database pattern not only has security baked in but has been designed to meet the different SLAs your business expects, ranging from the most stringent business critical applications to non-critical ancillary business processes.

This tool allows you to quickly identify the best pattern to meet your business SLAs and then provides you with an immediate price. Cloud has never been so quick or better value.

Simply complete the 4 questions below and we will present you the best practice database platform to meet your needs along with the cost.


  • Q1. Do you need to be online within 8 hours in the event of a local failure?

  • Q2. Do you need to be online within 24 hours in the event of a disaster?

  • Q3. Do you have your own Oracle licenses?

  • Q4. What size system do you require?


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