- 23 December 2010
- Posted by: License Consulting
- Category: Blog
With evolving technologies, licensing becomes more and more complex. And companies design their IT around technology and not around licensing. There’s nothing wrong with that: However, more often than not the designs result in an unexpectedly high license requirement. Virtualizing Oracle databases is a very known aspect in this regard.
Some systems offer a wide range of implementation methodologies, far beyond virtualization alone. One of them is certainly the IBM P-Series.. Without a doubt, this platform can be both a minefield of compliance risks, as well as maybe the best platform for your money to run Oracle on.
On February 16th the IBM “P-Partners” have been invited by IBM to join a session, during which License Consulting will explain how Oracle should be implemented on PSeries, with the slightest effort, maximum availability while consuming the lowest licensing costs possible.
If you would like to receive a copy of the presentation, know that it’s free for the asking.