Join Quistor for an exclusive webinar on Tuesday 16 May, 11:00-12:00 BST. Quistor experts will showcase the features of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s (OCI) native database platforms, specifically tailored for research and education institutions.
The speakers will delve into Quistor’s expertise in database performance tuning and monitoring, as well as demonstrate how Quistor can help you successfully lift and shift your applications and databases to OCI. Discover the OCI Database Service for Azure, and how the Azure/OCI interconnect can provide compatibility with your existing cloud infrastructure. Furthermore, they will discuss the benefits of the OCI Autonomous Database and Exadata, and how this can help you increase database performance and reduce administration.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about OCI’s powerful features and how they can revolutionise your databases.
Register now to secure your spot!
- Quistor database support, performance tuning and monitoring
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Database Landscape and possibilities
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Database service for Azure
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Ways to migrate databases to the cloud
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Azure/OCI interconnect
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Autonomous Database
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Exadata cloud service
- Shaun Baker, Account Manager UK at Quistor
- Micky Blom, Cloud Consultant at Quistor
- Wilbert van Loon, Manager Database Technology Solutions at Quistor
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure via OCRE
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is available for Research and Education organisations in all countries benefitting by the GÉANT 2020 Cloud Framework by the OCRE project: https://clouds.geant.org/ocre/oracle
In particular, Quistor is an official OCRE framework holder and exclusive reseller of Oracle Cloud services in five European countries: Belgium, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
Get to know more about the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure by watching this 5 minute introductory video: