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Category: Oracle

Oracle Proposes Retroactive Subscription Fees for Java and Announces New “Java Management Service”

Oracle Sales Teams Have Started Talking to Their Clients About Paying Retroactive Subscription Fees at the Same Time as The Company Has Launched It’s New “Java Management Service” Oracle has introduced a cloud service on June 9, 2021, named “Java Management Service.” This service offers a “single pane of glass” to manage Java deployments across the enterprise including both cloud and on-premise deployments. It tracks workstations, servers, and even third-party cloud services. It is designed to provide some insight on […]

Oracle Introduces Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Support Credit Rewards

Oracle has announced that its clients will get a 25% to 33% discount on support fees for using Oracle Cloud Larry Ellison announced the Oracle Support Rewards program for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure clients.  For every dollar that clients spend on OCI, they receive a 25 cent or 33 cent credit towards their On-Premise support costs. The 33% discount is for ULA customers The 25% discount is for most other customers For example, if an organization spends $100,000 on Oracle Cloud Credits, […]

Oracle Autonomous Database – Requirements, Limitations & Licensing

Oracle Autonomous Database may not be a fit for everyone. There are restrictions and limitations. There are many organizations that require some of the features not available in an Oracle Autonomous Database environment. There are also organizations that have strict security policies and cannot use the public cloud.

Oracle – Refreshable Pluggable Database Switchover as Disaster Recovery

Refreshable PDB (Pluggable Databases) Switchover as Disaster Recovery As noted in our blog; “Having a data recovery strategy in place is critical to ensuring business continuity in the event of an outage or disaster. When developing a data recovery strategy, it is essential to take into consideration the different licensing rules when deploying backups, failover (active/passive), and high-availability (active/active) scenarios.” Even though a bullet-proof disaster recovery (DR) solution offers the ultimate protection for enterprise data, businesses often don’t place a […]

VMware on Oracle

The only methods Oracle most consistently accepts are through the use of segmentation capabilities outside of VMware’s internal software controls Most of Oracle’s licensing policies are somewhat loosely documented. This seems to be driven by the level of granularity they use within their licensing rules. If they documented all rules in full details, they may then need to change the licensing rules documents quite often because they tend to get quite granular in the specifications per the situation. Therefore, it […]

Oracle Lifetime Support – Premier vs Extended vs Sustaining Support

Oracle Support Basics: According to Oracle, support is effective upon the effective date of your order (unless stated otherwise in your order). If your order was placed through the Oracle Store, the effective date is the date your order was accepted by Oracle. Oracle technical support terms, including pricing, reflect a 12-month support period (the “support period”). Once placed, your order for technical support services is non-cancelable and the sums paid non-refundable, except as provided in the relevant order. Oracle […]

Oracle Engineered Systems – Database Appliance, Exadata, & Exalogic

Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) is a bundle of two server nodes that include storage and embedded cluster networking. Each server node has an Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) interface that is used for management and maintenance tasks. In general, an ODA consists of a single-box device that contains the hardware, networking, storage and software. It is a two node Oracle Linux RAC cluster in a single box with shared storage and networking all included in the box. It is built […]

KVM Replacing OVM for Oracle Virtualization

Oracle is phasing out Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) in favor of Oracle Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) End of Premier Support for OVM Many Oracle customers adopted Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) as their virtualization platform taking advantage of hard partitioning capabilities of OVM. It may sound alarming to them that Oracle will not offer Premier Support for OVM 3 beyond March 2021 and Extended Support beyond March 2024. There are no new releases of OVM planned either. Sustaining Support for […]

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