Oracle Database - The most common license compliance issues seen

21 sep '15 - Richard Spithoven - share: LinkedIN Mail

It sure is a database world! That's safe to say in times of Big Data hype and hope, while data-driven cloud solutions are starting to emerge at many different areas on the enterprise IT landscape map. Apart from the Oracle Corporation, many products of other software vendors like Microsoft, IBM, and VMware to name just a few, blend in to database license management related intricacies.

We addressed the most common compliance issues customers encounter when they use the Oracle's database software in a white paper that you can download. It's a lengthy document which reflects the importance of the topic discussed, and we decided to structure it intuitively, after a solid introduction, along the five main criteria for installing or using the Oracle Database software. These are:

  • Hardware Infrastructure     
  • Software Installation     
  • Software Configuration     
  • Software Usage    
  • Non-System Data

All common Oracle Database license compliance issues we experienced at clients over the last years – 22 in total – are presented in our new white paper. 

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Oracle Database - The most common license compliance issues seen

If you are in need of extra expertise and a structured approach, feel free to contact B-lay. We will help you make software compliance an exciting opportunity to improve your business!

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Ongoing license control is difficult to achieve, but periodic self audits can help you stay in control, remain compliant, and stay one step ahead of software publishers. Conducting these audits requires sound understanding of common mistakes and where to look for them. This can be especially challenging in a continually changing environment with new products and versions of products being deployed.

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