What You Need to Know About Oracle Java Licensing for 2019

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Java underpins a wide variety of enterprise software, particularly on the server side, and has historically been considered ‘free’ by businesses.

Upcoming changes to the way Oracle Java is licensed and supported will begin to have an impact with the release of Java 11 in September 2018, and will affect Java 8 from January 2019.

This will affect any organisation that currently relies on an up-to-date Oracle Java Virtual Machine in any production capacity. This, in turn, will affect how organisations choose to architect and deploy technologies based on the Java language, both packaged and bespoke solutions.

What You Need to Know About Oracle Java Licensing for 2019

If you have considered previously that Java was free to use and free to deploy, this webinar, hosted by the Independent Oracle Licensing experts at Version 1 aims to help you to understand how things are changing by addressing your most pressing concerns and answering your questions.

 

About Version 1 

Version 1 has many years of specialist expertise and experience managing Java installations for our customers. As an independent advisor, we recommend that all organisations using Java should carry out an urgent survey of their Java usage, cataloguing the version number in use, its purpose, and the infrastructure upon which it runs. Learn more about our independent SAM services: www.version1.com/sam