Artikelen gelabeld: VMware

VMworld 2018: over data-economieën en cloud werelden


Eind augustus werd in Las Vegas VMworld 2018 gehouden. Begin november volgt in Barcelona de Europese variant. Na zo’n conferentie geven samenvattingen de meest in het oog springende ontwikkelingen weer. Een voor mij in het oog springend citaat komt van Michael Dell die in eeninterview het volgende zei: “At the [...]

Five reasons to choose VMware vs Oracle Multitenant


While busy preparing another blogpost on my dedupe analyzer tool, I was triggered to write a quick hotlist of reasons why one would strategically choose VMware virtualization over Oracle multitenant option if the goal is to achieve operational and cost benefits. There may be other good reasons to go for [...]

Webcast: How to save on Oracle licensing fees by replatformi...


On Jan 24th, I will host a webcast on Oracle cost optimization via database replatforming. Database license fees drive over 80% of total system cost. Many organizations virtualize their applications, but Oracle is often an exception for a variety of reasons. You will learn why re-platforming Oracle databases on better hardware can [...]

Legal case – Oracle vs customer


Another example of Oracle apparently ignoring all business ethics and charging a customer €300,000.- for an environment where common sense leads to a more reasonable license fee of €4,000.- I always wonder why customers (even very large and powerful ones) accept this behaviour without a fight and pay the fines or [...]

Straight Talk on Oracle on VMware licensing


Last year on march 19, 2015, Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) hosted a webcast covering the licensing part of running Oracle on VMware. As DBTA archives old webcasts after one year, I asked for permission to re-publish because I think it’s too valuable to have it hidden in the digital eternity [...]