Understanding Licensing: Oracle Licensing on AWS | Apps Associates

Understanding Your Licensing

This is the first webinar as part of a three part series.  Mihir Patel, VP Cloud Infrastructure, Apps Associates and Michael Sit, Sr. Partner Development Specialist, Oracle Applications, AWS will walk you through:

  • Managing Your Oracle Investment
    • Oracle licensing models
    • Oracle licensing on AWS with a like-for-like design optimization
  • Understanding Oracle Licensing on AWS
    • Entitlements- profile current supported licenses, review and analyze contract terms and conditions, and understand what you own and what you are entitled to use
    • Infrastructure – collect and consolidate server data, know your architecture, software discovery, what has been installed
    • Data Analysis – map entitlements to infrastructure to identify potential gaps or surpluses, validate usage, true up, baseline established

Get Answer to Your Questions Around Oracle Licensing:

Can I run Oracle on AWS and remain compliant? YES
Will Oracle provide support? YES
Are companies all over the world running Oracle on AWS? YES
  • Can I build a roadmap allowing me to:
    1. leverage cloud-native services while remaining compliant?
    2. assess and plan future state (6 R’s)
Is Oracle really 2X more expensive running on AWS compared to Oracle cloud? NO


What You Will Learn:

  • What motivates vendors to plant a seed of doubt around cloud licensing
  • The misconceptions and misinformation about Oracle licensing and support in a 3rd party cloud
  • How to ensure that applications are deployed according to the specifications agreed upon with Oracle
  • What to look for in your contracts before moving to the cloud
  • The most common myths faced by Oracle Customers when considering AWS
    • It’s Too Difficult to Navigate License Compliance
    • It’s Not Feasible to Move Oracle Applications to the Cloud
    • Cybersecurity Concerns Outrank Cloud Benefits
    • My Company Can’t Afford Cloud Migration (Cost Management Is Difficult)
    • Oracle Applications Users Have Limited Cloud Options

Who Should Attend:

This is geared towards managers responsible for Oracle License compliance.