Expert Session: Oracle E-Business Suite License Metrics Analyzed

23 mar '15 - Tudor Stoenescu
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B.lay experts Richard Spithoven & Tudor Stoenescu share their insights on complexities and differences in Oracle E-Business Suite license metrics.

Many enterprises make use of Oracle software. The attention required for managing the licenses and deployment of these software programs properly is often underestimated. This is not different for the management of Oracle’s E-Business Suite software programs.  In this expert session we address the most common Oracle E-Business Suite compliance issues. These are based upon the experience of the last 15 years, in which we worked with organizations that make use of the Oracle E-Business Suite programs and that either went through an Oracle License Review or an Oracle License Audit. 

License management Issues which are handled in this webinar:

Audit Methodology

  • User - based measurement methodology
  • Usage - based measurement methodology

Common License Compliance Issues – License Metric

  • Application User & Application User Read Only
  • Primary Usage
  • Concurrent Usage
  • Professional User vs Employee User
  • Professional User Internal vs Professional User External

Common License Compliance Issues – Applications

  • Human Resources
  • Order Management
  • Enterprise Asset Management & Self Service Work Requests

Common License Compliance Issues - Customization

  • Customized E-Business Suite Applications
  • Customized Database Technology
  • Database Modifications
  • Application Server Modifications
  • Consultancy Firms

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B.lay’s recommendation    

Remember our motto, and act upon it: “make software compliance an exciting opportunity to improve your business.” We assure you that this imperative will pay of in many different ways.

Download: Oracle E-Business Suite, A white paper about the most common license compliance issues

 

 

Oracle Database and Hardware Infrastructure

The required number of licenses for Oracle’s Database programs are (almost) at all times related to the hardware infrastructure on which the software is installed. Incorrect interpretation or understanding of whether the software is deemed to be installed and how the installed software should be licensed in a certain specific hardware infrastructure is by far the number 1 license compliance issue. 

Oracle Database and Hardware Infrastructure