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Amazon Web Services Packages

Chuck Edwards | | February 11, 2010

To take advantage of Amazon Web Services you don’t need to unload your primary database and applications to the Amazon cloud.  Here are some of our most common Amazon Web Services packages:

LAMP Stack

Blue Gecko has pre-built LAMP packages, including fully-patched and functional MySQL or Postgres databases.  We can set up replication to other AWS regions, or extend the reach of your existing infrastructure and provide standby databases and backups in the Amazon Web Services cloud.

Oracle Databases

Our Oracle database packages include pre-built Oracle databases running on ASM, with pre-configured RMAN backups to Amazon S3.  We can extend your infrastructure into the AWS cloud and run a DR site using Data Guard, or establish flexible, inexpensive test and development databases without altering your current production environment.

Oracle Applications

Blue Gecko has pre-built R12 and R12 Vision Demo environments ready to turn on in less than a day.  Like all of our Amazon Web Services packages, we can easily extend your existing infrastructure into the Amazon cloud without disrupting your existing production system.


  • Extend your existing hosted or in-house infrastructure without disruption to production.
  • No start-up costs, no long-term commitments.
  • Same-day deployments for many packages.
  • Fixed pricing with unlimited storage, backups, and maintenance available
  • DNS and mail relay services at no additional charge

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