Oracle Database 12c Hosting on AWS-Announces SkillBuilders
FREMONT, CA: SkillBuilders announced that Oracle Database 12c Hosting–reliable and secure cloud for Oracle Database and related applications–is now readily available on the Amazon Web Services Cloud. Clients can operate Oracle applications including Oracle APEX–Application Express reliably and firmly on the AWS environment supervised by SkillBuilders. Besides APEX applications, customers can operate HTTP listeners –like Apache–MySQL, Wordpress and more.
SkillBuilders provides a wide range of packaging options, from simple provisioning to managing and architecting your total environment. "Lots of customers just want us to migrate their Oracle APEX applications to a shared database in the cloud," says Dave Anderson, Founder and President at SkillBuilders. "These customers derive a highly reduced cost for a stable and secure ecosystem, leveraging the entire operations already set up. Other customers favor dedicated servers with custom software–supervised by them, involving us to only maintain and provision the environment," added Anderson.
Anderson also said "we relocated our Oracle Database and internet-facing web architecture to the AWS Cloud more than six years ago. We have studied and discovered a lot about running secure and stable internet-facing environments; our customers profit from this experience."
Founded in 1996, SkillBuilders is a software services company with technical expertness in Oracle Database, and related products, and web application development with Oracle Application Express (APEX). SkillBuilders provides consulting, remote Oracle DBA, education services, and full life-cycle application development. SkillBuilders services are available and utilized by world-wide customer base. Their mission–to always deliver the optimum solution for our customers, gaining buffs in the customer base and establishing long-run business relationships. SkillBuilders is headquartered in Wakefield, Rhode Island. Consultants are available online and on-site, across the U.S., Europe and Latin America.
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