Monthly Archives: May 2008

Quick Byte: Oracle Licensing Tip #3

Though Named User Oracle licensing isn’t available to new contracts anymore, companies still maintain and renew their Named User Oracle license agreements. Named User Plus Licensing….means you pay per named user, NOT concurrent user. Named User licensing limited the number

Read more ›

Week in Review (Around the World): Software Licensing and Compliance

In the News This Week •   Network World Customers frustrated over Microsoft virtualization licensing      There is no way to circumvent Microsoft licensing policies on virtual servers •   CNN Microsoft, Czech Republic Sign Pact On Licensing And Supply      The agreement

Read more ›

Quick Byte: Oracle Licensing Tip #1

According to Oracle licensing rules, multi-core processors are to be counted as a single CPU in Standard Edition products. However for the Enterprise edition, the Oracle licensing rule is different…each core will be counted as a separately, but with pricing

Read more ›