Avoid the Cost Time Bomb of Non-Oracle Java Products


Oracle upended the Java world this year when they changed their licensing model, requiring you to buy a Java license for everyone in your company, even when those people don’t use Java.

Since that change, we’ve seen Oracle Java bills go from $40,000 to $4,000,000 per year. Because of Oracle’s move, companies are flocking to non-Oracle Java products like OpenJDK, Red Hat, Azul, and Corretto. Unfortunately, using those products can have unintended licensing consequences and you may be forced to pay for both Oracle Java and the non-Oracle Java product.

In this webinar Craig Guarente, President and Founder of Palisade Compliance, discusses the Java cost trap you could be walking into when you use non-Oracle Java, and how you can avoid that trap to successfully and economically deploy any Java product, Oracle or non-Oracle.

Craig Guarente
Craig Guarente
Craig is the President and Founder of Palisade Compliance, which he founded in 2011. Before 2011, Craig worked at Oracle for 16 years where he was the Global Vice President of Contracts, Business Practices, and Migrations. He was also the Global Process Owner for Oracle’s audit teams (LMS), a member of Oracle’s CIO advisory board, and on the Oracle User Group’s contract and licensing advisory board. Craig is now the leading expert on Oracle licensing, is quoted in dozens of publications, and assists with many high-profile Oracle disputes.