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Oracle Audits in 2021: Episode 2

by | Jul 16, 2021 | OpsCompass, Oracle, Oracle Licensing | 0 comments

The House of Brick Partner Podcast

The House of Brick Partner Podcast is a series of conversations with important partners and clients.  The intent of the podcast is to share, educate and advise listeners on best practices for business-critical database platforms. From Oracle licensing to database cloud migrations, real-world options are discussed, assessed and recommended.

Companies looking to optimize their business systems, including reducing costs and improving performance, would benefit from topics such as:

  • Being prepared for a potential Oracle or Microsoft audit
  • Database licensing on premise vs the cloud
  • License management for Oracle and SQL Server
  • Migrating Oracle to an alternative database platform
  • High availability and disaster recovery best practices
  • Virtualization of business-critical systems and database platforms
  • And other Oracle & SQL Server deployment and license management topics

Oracle Audits – Episode 2:

 

Bob Lindquist hosts Pam Fulmer, Lead Attorney at Tactical Law Group, and Dave Welch, Executive Consultant at House of Brick. In episode two of a three part series, the conversation continues exploring Oracle audits and the following discussion points:

  • How should customers use the Oracle cloud policy?
  • How does BYOL contrast to the Oracle cloud policy?
  • What is the “vCPU” metric and how does it relate to processor licensing?
  • When should dedicated hosts be used for Oracle deployments in cloud?
  • Is Oracle feature usage a concern if staff “accidentally” test a feature?
  • Should Oracle customers entertain ULA or OCI if told it would “close an audit”?
  • Does Oracle do audits to help customers solve problems or penalize compliance gaps?

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For more episodes of the House of Brick Partner Podcast:

Oracle Audits – Episode 1

 

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