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Straight Talk on Oracle on VMware Licensing

Straight Talk on Oracle on VMware Licensing
 


 
Now Available On-Demand
 
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Throughout the course of the last decade, VMware virtualization has become the preferred platform for hundreds of thousands of customers, many of them running their Business Critical Applications on the virtualized infrastructure. At the center of many of these BCA environments is the Oracle Database Management System. Unfortunately, it is often the case, that significant confusion regarding how to properly license Oracle software in those VMware environments dominates the discussion distracting from what should be the main focus of the proposition. That is, the tremendous value of combining the world's premier RDBMS with the world's premier platform.

VMware is committed to encouraging each customer to correctly license their Oracle environments while optimizing their architecture. In the interest of that effort, VMware, in partnership with DBTA and the IOUG, has invited the world's most recognizable experts in this subject to join us on a webinar for a frank and direct conversation about how to properly adhere to existing contracts, as they exist presently and are available publicly, to correctly license virtualized infrastructure for Oracle.

Please join us as Don Sullivan moderates a discussion on this subject with globally renowned subject matter experts Dave Welch of "House Of Brick" and Daniel Hesselink of "License Consulting."

Register now to reserve your seat for this special roundtable webcast opportunity, "Straight Talk on Oracle on VMware Licensing."

Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!

   
MODERATOR
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Don Sullivan
Oracle Certified Master
VMware vExpert
VMW CTO Ambassador
 
PRESENTERS
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Dave Welch
CTO & Chief Evangelist
House of Brick Technologies
 
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Daniel Hesselink
Managing Partner
License Consulting
 
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Dan Young
Chief Data Architect
Indiana University
 
 

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