IT infrastructure specialists, VooServers have gained a G-Cloud listing for its Oracle database services, by meeting the detailed criteria set out by the government’s Digital Marketplace scheme.
The G-Cloud framework, operated by the Crown Commercial Service, is used by the government to connect public sector organisations with suppliers of cloud-based services, including hosting, software and support. Buyers will benefit from faster and cheaper cloud services that are adapted to suit their needs from a range of different suppliers.
VooServers offer oracle cloud hosting, which can range from single servers running an oracle database to multiple servers running Oracle RAC (Real Application Clusters). The company specialises in high availability solutions alongside their oracle products which means they can deliver services with zero downtime and the support of a 24/7 technical team.
As part of their G-Cloud offering, VooServers allow organisations with existing oracle licences to move their existing workloads to a cloud environment without having to purchase a new licence. VooServers is also a member of the Oracle Partner Network providing access to partner resources and licensing, meaning it can take care of infrastructure and licensing advice all in one place.
Matt Parkinson, VooServers founder and Technical Director said: “We are delighted to have been recognised with a G-Cloud listing for our Oracle database services as it’s one of our fastest growing services in our private sector offering. Previously, our reach into the public sector has been limited, despite the huge demand for Oracle database services, so we are looking forward to expanding our work in this area.”
“It is fantastic to be part of a scheme that gives potential buyers access to a wide range of suppliers that they otherwise may not have known about.”
For more information on our G-Cloud Oracale Database Services please click here.
By Matt Parkinson on July 12th, 2019