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Category: Oracle

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  • Oracle will manage your BYOL compliance for you…

    Oracle are moving increasingly towards being a subscription-based company and have identified Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as their big bet for the future – getting customer organisations off boring on-premises agreements and onto exciting cloud agreements.  Despite the $179...

  • 3 considerations before a move to Oracle Cloud

    In this article, Evan Boyd, Vice President of Software Licensing Consultants, examines the risks you need to consider before moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).   The competition for your Cloud services business has never been more fierce, even as tech behemoth Oracle...

  • Oracle audits: Amazon RDS and questionable sales tactics?

    Oracle v Envisage Earlier this year (May 2021), Oracle started legal proceedings against Envisage Technologies LLC and the case centered around alleged under-licensing in their Amazon RDS environment. What is Amazon RDS? Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a cloud-based Platform...

  • Oracle launches middleware verification for SAM tools

    Benjamin Vidal, Icon Consulting. This article has been contributed by Benjamin Vidal, Icon Consulting. Following the SAM tools verification for Database and Options, Oracle has launched a similar campaign for its Fusion Middleware products. This article looks at the following questions: What...

  • David vs Goliath: Negotiating with Oracle

    This article was written by AJ Witt of The ITAM Review in conjunction with Oracle & SAP third-party support provider Support Revolution Global IT spending is due to decrease, with a potential 7.3% decline before the end of 2020, with further declines expected in 2021. But while...

  • A guide to licensing Oracle in the cloud

    As public cloud (like Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure) continues to grow and more projects are shifted to Infrastructure-as-a-Service, it is increasingly likely that you will find on-premises licenses being migrated – and so a guide to licensing Oracle in the cloud will come in...