NEXT GENERATION DATABASE SERVICESWe take our customers on a journey that starts with optimising and improving their current database investment. We listen. Then we build a strategy together.
The Database Experts: What makes Onomi different?
Pay for results. All our services are focused on providing mutual outcomes to our clients. Our unique service structure means what you pay is dictated by how good our results are.
We appreciate our customers work in a more iterative environment and need real flexibility. As a result we provide 30 day contracts and are committed to integrating with your team and processes.
Working extensively with API’s and Cloud platforms, automation is a key part of our ethos. This provides our customers with a responsive service & reduces the risk of human error.
WHITEPAPER: EIGHT REASONS TO OUTSOURCE YOUR DBA SUPPORT
Eight Reasons to Outsource your DBA Support provides a unique look into the changing demands on today’s DBAs and why outsourcing standard DBA “maintenance” makes such a compelling proposition.
With the DBA role being disrupted by new database technologies, cloud adoption and a need for “devops” aligned management the pressure on the DBA is increasing. This report looks at how using a purpose built outsourcing solution removes the mundane maintenance burden off DBA’s freeing them for strategic, business facing projects. This solution provides improved SLA’s, frees up maintenance budget and allows customers to re-invest DBA’s work time into innovation.
Digital Disruption… it’s changed the game
Of data in existence today was created in the last 2 years. Big Data is here to stay.
Connected internet devices. Data is being created in huge volumes with less structure.
Of workloads run in the cloud. Data is now external and running in new technology stacks.
Of software development teams use agile. Increasing pressure for fast, iterative changes.
Our Latest Blogs
The changing role of the DBA – a move towards DataOps In the noughties being an Oracle DBA was an aspirational role, technologists were drawn to the high earning potential, data environments were complex, temperamental and required a lot of attention to keep the...read more
Oracle Patch Update January 2017 (Database Server) Oracle have released their latest critical patch update for Database Server yesterday evening (17/1) and it's a pretty small list of vulnerabilities in comparision with typical releases. This Oracle Critical...read more
5 New Year Resolutions for DBAs It's said that "promises are made to be broken". Surely database administrators don't fall in that category? It's that time of the year to keep up with the tradition and pledge to make some improvements. Here's our...read more
Oracle’s candid view of their Cloud and how they are taking a more open and pragmatic approach to attract independent software vendors to their platform.read more
SQL Server on Linux - Getting started and a few interesting observations. Regardless of whether you view this as a major step forwards or backwards, the future release of SQL Server on Linux is highly anticipated. Personally, I couldn't wait to have a first look so as...read more
Key takeaways from MongoDB Europe 16 Forget the jokes about “MongoDB is web scale”. Today MongoDB Europe 16 proved Mongo’s scale of appeal by hosting an event in London that was bursting at the seams with over 1,200 attendees. For sure Professor Brian Cox proved a...read more