LicenseFortress at Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group Training Days 2020


Tue Feb 18/ 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM  ( 3 Hours ) 

Pre-conference Workshop; Additional registration required. Architecting & Implementing Oracle Workloads on VMware—Including Hybrid Clouds

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On a mission to arm yourself with the latest knowledge and skills needed to master application virtualization? Then this workshop is for you. Get prepared to lead the virtualization effort in your organization, with instructor-led demos designed to put you in the ranks of the IT elite. This class will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn the essential skills necessary to run Oracle implementations on VMware vSphere. This technical workshop will deliver practical, instructor-led, live training and incorporate the recommended design and configuration practices for architecting Oracle Databases on VMware vSphere infrastructure. We’ll cover a lot of ground, such as Real Applications Clusters, Automatic Storage Management, vSAN and NSX, as well as Oracle running on hybrid clouds, including VMware Cloud on AWS, Azure VMware Solution, and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. Plus, we’ll discuss Oracle licensing options and strategies for both on-premise and hybrid clouds.

Speakers: Dean Bolton, LicenseFortress & Sudhir Balasubramamian, VMware


Tue Feb 18 – 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM ( 1 Hour )

Straight Talk On Oracle Licensing & Licensing Trends 

As our organization’s software infrastructure continues to stretch between on-premise, public clouds, and hybrid clouds, keeping it in compliance is more challenging than ever. Plus, getting straight answers from vendors on the proper way to license software isn’t always easy. (Some have even turned software license audits into a revenue generator!) This session will cover software license trends in this cloud-fueled world, the difference between Oracle policy and your contractual obligations, licensing Oracle on a virtualized environment, lessons learned, and steps every organization should take to stay in license compliance and not be the victim of their next software license audit. Many of the lessons learned will apply to all major software vendors.

Speakers: Michael Corey, LicenseFortress & Don Sullivan, VMware

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