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Licensing Oracle The Reference Manual For Managing Oracle License Compliance & Procuring Oracle Software, Hardware, Cloud & Services

Author Name: Sheshagiri | Format: Paperback | Genre : Computers | Other Details

Companies work under constant pressure to reduce technology costs. Optimal management of Oracle software & services can go a long way in helping enterprises achieve this goal. 

The goal of the book is to provide a comprehensive view of all aspects of Oracle to reduce costs, manage license compliance and become more effective in negotiations. The book demystifies Oracle licensing and helps customers understand Oracle’s culture & salespeople behaviors.

Licensing Oracle offers insights designed to help understand the mechanisms behind licensing, contracts & compliance of Oracle products. Helpful to Chief Information Officers, Chief Finance Officers, Vendor Managers, IT Asset Managers, Oracle DBAs, Oracle architects, Oracle partners & personnel responsible for managing Oracle deployments or assets. 

ULAs, ODs, OMA, OPN, OTN, FUDA, KAD Program, Sales Behaviour, License Audits and Database, Weblogic, E-Business Suite, Java, Siebel are some of the topics discussed.

Oracle has been a pioneer in Technology. The book also contains a quick history of the growth of RDBMS, Oracle's history, the battles it has fought & won, the perceived aggressive culture, business practices, and 50 key contributors who have helped the company grow.

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Sheshagiri is the CEO of Rythium Technologies, a company focused on products & services for software asset management. He also heads the management consultancy Licensing Oracle. Sheshagiri has worked in Oracle between 1998 – 2014 in various leadership roles including Vice President Sales. Earlier he was in Compaq & Digital Equipment Corporation. Sheshagiri, in his current role, has helped customers save millions of dollars in unwanted software license costs and reduced legal risks.