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2 decades experience working with Oracle Database technologies

It’s time to rethink your database strategy…

The team at N4Stack have been working with Oracle Databases since the release of Version 8 in 1997.

N4{Rethink} addresses key customer challenges caused by database sprawl, rising costs, big data and changing business needs. The service helps clients identify a clear strategy for moving forward by providing the foundation to take advantage of technologies such as NoSQL and Cloud Computing.

There are real opportunities for Oracle customers to take advantage of features such as multi-tenancy, cloud, in-memory and NoSQL capability. The N4{Rethink} service is a great initiative to provide Oracle users with independent, expert advice

James Peck

Arrow ECS (UK Oracle Distribution)

  • Oracle Database
  • Oracle Real Applications Cluster (RAC)
  • Oracle DataGuard
  • Oracle Exadata
  • Oracle Database Appliance (ODA)
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux
  • Database Upgrades & Migrations
  • PL/SQL Performance tuning

N4{Rethink} is designed to deliver clients the very best independent strategic advice and guidance around their current database investment and strategy.

  • Database Discovery: Addressing database sprawl
  • Licence Optimisation: Lowering licensing costs
  • Consolidation: Increasing data sharing and reducing overheads
  • Re-Platforming: NoSQL & cloud migration guidance
  • Database Assurance: Best practice configuration review
  • Operational Audit: Recommendations & improvement planning
Oracle on Windows: DLL missing errors

Oracle on Windows: DLL missing errors

Recently I encountered a DLL issue when trying to log in to Oracle on Windows. It's an issue i've not encountered before and it took a little while to figure out so I thought i'd share my solution with you below... THE SCENARIO You log in, set your...

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