LicenseFortress, the first and only Oracle license management service that provides indemnification against Oracle audit fees, announced LicenseFortress Discovery is available to customers of VMware Cloud on AWS. VMware Cloud on AWS brings together VMware’s enterprise-class Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) software and elastic, bare-metal infrastructure from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to give organizations consistent operating model and application mobility for private and public cloud. LicenseFortress Discovery enables automated discovery of Oracle database installations and feature usage to customers of VMware Cloud on AWS.Read More
LicenseFortress® is one of the most competitively priced Oracle license management and audit protection services on the market today. We’ve heard customer after customer say, wow you are priced significantly less than [Fill in the Blank] company. Why might you ask? We built the industry’s most efficient software compliance and monitoring platform. Many of the tasks other firms do manually, we do through automation and pass the savings on to you, our customers.Read More
Have you been considering an Oracle license management service but just haven't pulled the trigger yet? Well here are ten reasons why you need an Oracle license management service in your life today.Read More
Your organization is growing, you are upgrading your hardware, you are starting to virtualize, more users need Oracle® licenses, and you are developing new applications. Couple these events with the fact that anyone in your organization can download any Oracle product at any time, and you find that it becomes increasingly difficult to track license activity. Despite this, you still rely on your IT staff to ensure software use is in compliance with the license agreement.Read More
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Within VMware vSphere you have the ability to set CPU Affinity on a particular Virtual Machine (VM). CPU Affinity is where you restrict the virtual machine running on vSphere to a subset of the available processors in a multiprocessor system.Read More