Oracle Licensing: Cost Savings & Compliance

Oracle's software licensing rules are difficult to understand. Historically, the number of products and acquisitions made by Oracle has resulted in a multitude of pricelists and amendments, usage rights and license metrics, and a wide array of licensing options and extended definitions.


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