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Webinar: Oracle Cloud Licensing, Migration & Other Common Challenges Demystified with Miro Consulting

On March 1st, Miro Consulting’s Eliot Arlo Colon will address common Oracle Cloud questions about licensing, migration and other challenges. A more detailed discussion on the various benefits, challenges and potential solutions faced between an on premise, cloud or hybrid solution. Specific topics include, but are not limited to: • What is Oracle Cloud? • How does Oracle Cloud compare to Amazon Web Services (AWS)? • Oracle Cloud licensing challenges such as: o Metered versus non-metered o Common migration challenges […]

Two Upcoming Webinars – Microsoft and Oracle Live Q&As – Sign up now!

Sign up today for our next two Live Q&A Webinars – and get your questions in early to ensure that we can get to them. Looking forward to “seeing” you there!

Want to Learn How to Take a Bite Out of Linux Support Costs? Sign up for our next webinar!

While Linux is open source, support can still be costly. Oracle Linux support is a more cost effective alternative to Red Hat support and delivers enterprise class level of service.  Oracle Linux also offers differentiated capabilities like Ksplice, DTrace and Linux Containers and doesn’t require any major changes to IT operations. We’ll be hosting a webinar with Oracle to provide step-by-step instructions and demonstrate how to significantly reduce Linux support costs. February 18th @ 12:30 PM ET Register here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/230305826 Topics to be […]

Frenemies: Microsoft and Oracle

A few hours ago, Oracle and Microsoft announced their new frenemies relationship that allows pieces of Oracle’s software to mesh with Microsoft’s software and online services. Basically, Microsoft and Oracle agreed to act like friends + enemies so that companies can run Oracle software on Windows Server Hyper V, the “virtualization” software – and Windows Azure. This could be the start of a books entitled Frenemies in the Cloud, a light-hearted, comedy about love, life and competition.

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