VMworld 2019 Sessions + Coffee & Compliance

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Oracle licensing expert, Dean Bolton, co-founder and chief architect of LicenseFortress. Enjoy a cup of coffee on us and discuss any questions you have circulating around Oracle licensing.

LicenseFortress Announces LicenseFortress Discovery for VMware Cloud on AWS

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.

VMWorld 2018 US & EU

VMworld 2018 US brings you four days of innovation to accelerate your journey to a software-defined business—from mobile devices to the data center and the cloud. 

Technology-driven innovation is disrupting every market and industry. And it’s being created by people like you. You unlock value from today’s technologies while anticipating a rapidly approaching technological future. At VMworld 2018, VMware’s premier digital infrastructure event, you can find what you need to launch the digital transformation that relies on you.

Licensing Oracle on AWS? A Word of Caution

When Licensing Oracle on AWS, we want to offer a word of caution.  Other licensing firms are suggesting that a recent policy announcement is opening a “wide window” of opportunity.  We don’t see it that way at all: caveat emptor or “buyer beware.”

VMware CPU Affinity Scheduler Operation

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.