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While an Oracle ULA may seem like a good idea at the outset, the truth is that they can be limiting and restrictive for organisations and difficult to leave. A ULA is like Oracle’s prison, with very little freedom and no immediate way out.
In time, ULAs can leave organisations with too many licences, or in some cases, not enough of the right types of licences. But they’re still investing vast sums of money in support fees in both circumstances. It can also lead to incredibly high support costs, as the costs ratchet up over time, as layer upon layer of support gets added together.
In this guide, we’ll analyse why organisations have agreed to ULAs. We will also look at the significant downfalls that should be their reasons to certify out as soon as possible. Whether your organisation is considering a ULA or is already in a ULA, this is the guide for you.
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Oracle and SAP regularly provide security patches for their current product versions to protect their customers from new security vulnerabilities as they arise. In the past, this approach was “best practice” but largely because it was the only choice.
But this method of security patching is hopelessly out of date!
- The issues surrounding traditional ERP security patching
- What options are available to your organisation