On Tuesday, May 7 the Bryxx launch event took place. In the beautiful setting of the Flandria boat, and in the presence of a large number of customers, we revealed the services of this new venture. As a joint venture between the iAdvise
infrastructure teams, Bryxx will specifically focus on the middleware field.
In bringing together both expert middleware teams, we will focus on
- Opening up your business critical web applications to your intranet or to the internet
- Making sure that these applications, deployed on your middleware stack, are secure on all layers of the underlying architecture. Security from-data-to-browser
- Streamlining and automating your process of development towards production
- Providing you with the opportunities to outsource the maintenance of your private middleware cloud or to outsource your entire private middleware cloud
From a technical point of view Bryxx will dedicate its expertise to 4 domains:
- Oracle Cloud Application Foundation (with web logic as the main driver)
- Oracle Identity & Access management
- Oracle Database Security
With respect to these 4 areas of expertise, Bryxx provides strong consultancy profiles on all levels (pre-sales, infrastructure architects, senior implementation engineers, etc) to design, install, configure, maintain and monitor your middleware platform as well as to streamline the process of application development towards your preferred middleware solution.
When you add our managed services and hosted solutions offering on each of these domains to this package, with strong partnerships in the backend, we believe Bryxx has a strong and complete offering for all your middleware challenges !Our team of 14 dedicated and experienced middleware engineers is ready for you.
Want to know more?
Because it’s there that you’ll find out how your organisation can benefit from Oracle’s new technologies!
Are mobility and the cloud opportunities for your organization or threats to its security?
Can applications, hardware and software really work together?
Is Oracle 12c a sensible investment?
Is drowning in (big) data unavoidable?
How can business intelligence become an integral part of IT structure?
If at least one of these questions rings a bell, you should attend Oracle OpenXperience. It’s where 10 of Oracle’s most valued partners will present their (local) views on today’s IT challenges and Oracle’s solutions for tackling them. It’s where you’ll discover the practical approach of our partners, in 12 sessions divided into 3 distinct tracks.
For the bigger picture, don’t miss the keynote sessions. Mario Derba, Regional Vice President Systems Sales, South Europe, will share his insight on Oracle’s worldwide strategy. After lunch, famous Belgian innovator, consultant and strategic influencer Jo Caudron will talk about current trends and how they affect IT and your business.
The Event Lounge
Generaal Wahislaan/Boulevard Général Wahis 16/F
Thursday 25 October 2012
Larry talks first about Fusion Apps.
After a controlled test period, it’s now officially available.
And now for really the first announcement…
Larry Ellison: “Everybody has a cloud, we too need a cloud”
So here it is Oracle Public Could.
Great to see Apex is strongly supported.
You can move your application and data from your datacenter to the cloud and back without a problem.
The Oracle Cloud is based on industry standards(Java, XML, Web services,…).
Pricing is based on monthly subscription, and that’s all, no extra licenses.
A second announcement: Oracle Social Network.
Collaborate, share, application integration, BI Navigation, …
He even gave a live demo of the Oracle Social Network.