Oracle database support is quite simply what we do, it’s what we’re famous for. We are the UK’s leading Oracle Platinum Partner with a proven track record of customer success. Our services are employed by over 200 enterprise and mid-sized clients – these clients come to us initially due to our experience and reputation, but tend to stay due to our approach and service-led approach. The security, performance and availability of your Oracle database infrastructure, whether on-premise or in the cloud, is our priority; naturally we employ the best people and the best tools to manage, maintain, support and administer your Oracle database environments around the clock.
Our Oracle support service involves extensive proactive monitoring to keep your database optimised. All of this work is performed remotely by Oracle Certified Professionals who are regularly trained, constantly keeping up to date with shifts in technology and functionality. We’re not just Oracle specialists, we are trusted Oracle experts.
Whilst organisations may use similar technologies, their support requirements will always differ. We understand this. At the heart our Oracle support service is our DBA-developed monitoring suite which allows us to be lightening fast in our reactions to potential issues; however, the design of your service, the SLA and the ability to use us in either ‘Fixed-Price’ or ‘Variable’ mode all comes down to tailoring, something that is simply part of the service. Typical elements of an Oracle Managed Service would include:
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