Trinus disrupts Brazilian real estate market with Oracle Cloud

The financial institution capitalizes on the elasticity and security of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to improve services on its app for real estate.


We love Oracle Cloud’s scalability, the pay-per-use model, and the ability to split services into virtual machines for faster customer interactions.

Renato MachadoIT Manager, Trinus

Business challenges

Founded in 2009, Trinus is a financial services firm with a series of companies and business units focused on the transformation of the real estate market in Brazil. The company aims to use technology to bridge the gap between the financial and real estate markets, and to reduce bureaucracy for its clients.

Through its Trinus app platform, the company provides financing, property registration, and legal services to property buyers, developers, and real estate investors—including accounting, construction monitoring, process management, and auditing.

To get the platform up and running, Trinus looked for a scalable and cost-effective cloud platform. The company wanted to avoid building on-premises infrastructure and instead launch its various platforms entirely in the cloud.

Why Trinus Investimentos chose Oracle

Trinus Investimentos selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)  for its high availability and pay-per-use subscription model, which would enable the company to adjust usage and accurately predict costs. Trinus had experience with Oracle Database and decided that Oracle Cloud would be the next logical extension.


By launching its applications on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Enterprise Database Service, Trinus saved nearly 60% in annual costs by avoiding database license fees and the expense of equipping a data center.

Trinus uses production and disaster recovery sites in two Oracle Cloud Region data centers in Brazil. OCI gives Trinus Investimentos full governance by ensuring technological infrastructure compliance before the Central Bank, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Brazilian Payment System, all vital to the company’s business continuity.

The company uses OCI Clusterware for binding real estate services into interconnected virtual servers with simultaneous access to the Oracle Database. For end users, the multiple services are seamlessly available as a single platform, despite the isolated network virtualization.

Integration and collaboration with other service providers has been another key benefit of OCI. Trinus uses OCI’s open connectivity to integrate with systems such as the Integrated Brokerage Management System run by the Brazilian Stock Exchange, the FortiGates firewall, multiple real estate platforms, and government regulatory bodies.

The Securities investment portal is one of many verticals Trinus operates to help customers steer through bureaucratic restraints and transform the real estate market through technology. OCI allows the company to separate registration, construction, and other services by replicating them onto multiple virtual servers.

The speed of each service can be monitored through Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform’s Monitoring Cloud Service, which has allowed Trinus to move from being reactive to predictive, addressing issues before they become apparent. It also takes advantage of OCI to segregate its development, test, and production environments.


Trinus worked with Oracle and Oracle Certified Partner 3DB to implement OCI following a proof of concept. 3DB is a Brazilian Oracle Cloud specialist with a strong track record of OCI implementations.

Published:February 9, 2022