Since January 2019, Oracle no longer issues public updates for commercial users of Java SE 8 which means free updates for commercial use are no more. Oracle has officially moved Java SE to a subscription-based model. Whether an organisation has previously purchased a perpetual license of SE or uses OpenJDK, these licensing changes will likely impact any organisation looking to keep up with support.
The complexity around Java licensing and support makes many Oracle end users concerned around compliance risks and unexpected cost increases.
In this webinar, we demystify Java licensing, explore the main areas of risk and provide a path to negotiate a better agreement. Our Oracle licensing expert will also discuss how Insight can help clients to save as much as 50% on their Java licensing through Insight’s Java Healthcheck Assessment.
- Oracle Java announcements
- Understanding the impact of the Java changes
- What are the risks?
- How to negotiate a better deal
- How can Insight help?
EMEA Executive Licensing Consultant Oracle, Insight
Joost is an Executive Consultant for Oracle software helping clients with their challenges regarding licensing, compliancy (audits) and Cloud strategy. He also supports Insight clients with optimisation and mitigating Licensing risks regarding the complete Oracle Red Stack (Database, MiddleWare, Apps and Cloud).