Oracle Hosting

Oracle’s database products are some of the most powerful database technologies in the world, but they are rather complex. Running Oracle-based applications can require an experienced technical staff with knowledge of many technologies. As an award-winning Oracle Hosting Provider, Connectria has a strong background in 24×7 business critical Oracle hosting from our World Class Data Centers in North America. 

Connectria provides a number of standardized Oracle Hosting solutions running on Windows or Linux using Enterprise Class x86 Servers. We also provide customized Oracle solutions running on AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Linux or Windows, using servers from HP, IBM, or Dell or Sun/Oracle. Customers can choose their managed services and service levels from a defined list or receive a customized service offering based upon their specific needs and service level requirements. 

Oracle RAC Hosting

Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a clustered databases that provides high availability, scalability, and reduced operational costs by sharing complete access to a single database among nodes in a cluster. Oracle RAC provides many advantages such as connection failover and load balancing to mainstream business applications such as SAP, PeopleSoft and Oracle E*Business Suite, as well as custom-developed applications. Oracle RAC’s CacheFushion technology allows highly scalable applications to be built without data partitioning.

Connectria’s experienced technical staff has a strong knowledge of Oracle products, database clustering and load balancing technologies. With extensive experience implementing and hosting high availability Oracle RAC environments, Oracle RAC clusters can be implemented across our geographically separated data centers. 

 

Oracle WebLogic Hosting

Our automated WebLogic administration tools and staff expertise allow us to provide a comprehensive approach to managing business-critical WebLogic environments.

24×7 Monitoring & Management
Production Database Administration
Systems Programming
Disaster Recovery
Version & Performance Management
Trouble Ticketing & Problem Resolution
Capacity Planning
Problem Escalation & Callouts
Security Management
Vendor Management
Offsite Tape Rotation & Batch Job Processing

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