Understand the complexities of Oracle Java Licensing
Gain clarity over your Oracle Java License estate
In April 2019, Oracle significantly changed the commercial and licensing impacts for Oracle Java SE. At the time, this represented a significant change as Oracle Java SE licenses were historically considered ‘free’ by businesses.
As of January 2023, the introduction of Oracle Java Universal subscriptions has changed the metric by which Java is priced, impacting future Java subscription purchases.
These changes impact all commercial Java users and represents another level of Oracle license complexity that can often trip up those responsible for license compliance within their organisation, particularly if you are approached by Oracle for an Oracle Java Audit.
Version 1’s licensing experts have a deep understanding of the changes made to Java SE subscriptions and can help you identify and optimise your current Java license position in order to manage Java license compliance.
Version 1 has created a number of resources on the January 2023 changes to Oracle Java SE
Engaging with Version 1's license experts will help you quickly determine your current risk profile and optimisation opportunities, the benefits of which include:
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