DSP Blog: Oracle Licensing


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Is an Oracle Unlimited License Agreement (ULA) the right choice for my organisation?

In the world of enterprise software, Oracle is a dominant player with its wide range of technology solutions, products, and service offerings. Oracle licensing and selecting the..

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The Power of Software Asset Management (SAM)

In the fast-paced digital landscape of today, managing software assets has become a paramount concern for organisations seeking to maintain a competitive edge while optimising..

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5 Ways a Migration to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can solve your Oracle licensing headaches

Oracle licensing is a complex subject, as anyone who has a large Oracle estate will attest to. Staying on top of the various rules and policies is a full-time job itself. Ensuring..

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Oracle Java SE licensing pricing update – how does this affect your business?

Oracle has recently announced a significant change to their licensing policies for Oracle Java SE deployments. This change could make your Oracle Java SE license exposure..

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Licensing Oracle Software in the Cloud Computing Environment

Oracle Licensing is Complex – Fact! Historically Oracle licensing has been a complex thing to understand. Taking into account the NUP or CPU metric, what is the core factor, is it..

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Reducing Oracle Licensing Costs by Migrating to Azure

Almost two years ago, Oracle published ‘Licensing Oracle Software in the Cloud Computing Environment’. This document outlines which cloud technologies are Authorized Cloud..

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Oracle Licensing Audit - Why Me?

If you are reading this article, you are either expecting, or you have already received some form of communication from Oracle Global Licensing & Advisory Services (GLAS) formerly..

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What does your version of VMware mean for Oracle Licensing?

The Virtual Machine and Oracle The use of hypervisor technology helps businesses manage hardware investments much more flexibly and efficiently. The use of Virtual Machines (VMs)..

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Oracle Term License Rules Have Changed

Previously it was possible to license both Oracle technologies and applications for a multi-year term period. These were ideal for limited timeline projects, to match a specific..

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