Planning for Oracle Java Changes - January 2019 and Beyond

January 2019 and Beyond

Planning for Oracle Java Changes

Planning for Oracle Java Changes - January 2019 and Beyond

We hosted a webinar to discuss the recent changes to Java. You can listen to the on-demand version to learn how Oracle Java is licensed (now subscribed), delivered, and supported.

TopicsDiscussed

Eric Guyer, practice lead at SoftwareONE US, led the webinar and discussed:

  • Is Java still for free? If and when it is no longer free in what case should customers look to subscribe to Java?
  • What occurred in January 2019 and how is Java now different?
  • How do customers determine if (and how much) Java to subscribe to?
  • What is Oracle’s new release strategy and how can customers ensure they remain current?
  • What is Open JDK and how will it benefit your organization?
  • Does Oracle audit Java and how?

Both CxOs and those involved in technical/procurement topics will find the webinar informative. A brief history of Oracle is covered, as well as an overview of Java and how SoftwareONE assists customers in choosing the best option for their future.

Looking for more?

Listen today to the on-demand webinar and SoftwareONE is also available to guide you via the best options to manage your Oracle Java footprint to make the optimal decision for your environment.

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