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Oracle LMS response to licensing on VMware


Last week I was in London to attend the UK Oracle User Group licensing event. After a number of sessions with excellent material leading to very interesting discussions (one was showing – with permission – some of my own content, with the comment that it saved this customer “a shitload [...]

Oracle on VMware: Caging the license dragon


Virtualizing databases has huge financial and operational benefits – in particular with Oracle, where physically deployed database servers are typically heavily under-utilized which leads to huge over-spending on license cost. Of course poor efficiency on database servers leads to higher processing requirements, to higher number of CPUs purchased, and in turn [...]

Oracle, VMware and sub-server partitioning


Last week (during EMC world) a discussion came up on Twitter around Oracle licensing and whether Oracle would support CPU affinity as a way to license subsets of a physical server these days. @sam_lucido @EMCOracle @CacheFlush is #VMware and accepted hypervisor for #oracle hard partitioning these days? thought they weren't— Andre [...]

TheCube interview EMC World 2014


Being interviewed yesterday at EMC World 2014 by Wikibon and SiliconAngle. Enjoy! Update: You can find a report of the interview here: Best Practices for Putting Your Oracle Database into the Cloud Filed under: Oracle, Performance, Virtualization Tagged: EMC, license, oracle, performance, VMware