Oracle Java Licensing and Compliance Assurance
We’ll help you minimize your risk of paying penalties to Oracle for unlicensed Java, and avoid aggressive audits from Oracle’s license management team.
Do you understand your Oracle Java compliance position?
In 2019, Oracle changed the rules around Java licensing. What was free is now a paid subscription. As a result most companies are now significantly out of compliance and at risk of paying large penalties to Oracle. Watch the video to find out what has changed and what this means for you.
Oracle Java compliance assurance program
Oracle Java licensing compliance works a little differently from other ways of complying with Oracle. Java is embedded or bundled with so many Oracle and non-Oracle applications. The best thing you can do is understand your risk and take action to mitigate that risk before Oracle forces you into another expensive long-term contract.
Palisade Compliance’s 4-step program will help take an accurate accounting of your Oracle Java landscape and help to remediate any potential compliance problems.
- Client remediation
- Palisade Compliance advisory
Your team will receive a layout of your Java landscape, where you have already licensed Oracle Java, and where a non-Oracle Java solution might work, without exposing you to Oracle’s aggressive sales teams.
To get started with our Oracle Java compliance assurance program, simply fill out the form.
Free Oracle Java licensing resources
In a few circumstances Java is still “free”, but that window is closing rapidly. Download our matrix to find out if you need a Java SE license from Oracle.
Is Oracle auditing Java? Oracle’s audit team is now officially involved, and because there’s no official letter, you may not even know you’re being audited!
There is a new Oracle Java compliance threat to contend with. We are seeing Oracle taking steps to force you to buy an expensive Java ULA contract.
Download our whitepaper to learn how to fix your Oracle Java licensing problem and reduce your fees to Oracle.
Download this case study to learn how Oracle has adapted auditing to create license revenue opportunities for Java, and how Oracle customers can protect themselves.
*Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Palisade Compliance is an independent firm and not associated with Oracle.