Database in the Cloud Support

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Cloud based technologies – everyone’s talking about it but how many companies are truly leveraging the benefits of cloud and applying it to their database or application tier? At dsp we understand the cloud infrastructure and work closely with several major data centre and hosting providers which gives us the visibility we need to understand all the underlying technologies on which the database relies.

This means that when we are investigating an issue on a cloud hosted database, we can advise on possible remedies not just at the database layer but the infrastructure layer too.

The knowledge of how the different layers of the technology stack interact makes our support unique compared to solutions where only the database support is provided and detailed knowledge of cloud infrastructure is missing.

For more information on our Oracle Database Cloud Solutions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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