Oracle GoldenGate Licensing Overview

This article provides an overview of Oracle GoldenGate licensing, processor and Named User Plus licensing. If you’re interested in licensing Oracle GoldenGate, this article is for you. In this article, you’ll learn how these programs work, how to license them, and how you can save money. Oracle GoldenGate is an excellent choice for any enterprise. Learn about the features it offers and the licensing options below. Read our full guide to the Oracle technology price list.

 

What is Oracle GoldenGate?

 

The software is a log-based change data capture and replication solution that allows for high volumes of transactional data to be synchronized between multiple databases. It also offers low-latency data capture and transformation and is compatible with heterogeneous database environments. What is Oracle GoldenGate licensing? depends on your needs. Oracle offers a number of different license levels based on the number of servers you plan to use.

 

You can choose between Oracle GoldenGate Enterprise Edition or Oracle Database Standard Edition. Oracle GoldenGate Enterprise Edition requires an enterprise license to enable advanced features. However, Oracle GoldenGate for Mainframe supports multiple database platforms. The Oracle database enterprise edition is required to use features like Active Data Guard and XStream. These features enable you to process real-time data through an API and apply the results to your target application. If you choose to use the enterprise edition, you will need to purchase licenses for each of these platforms.

 

The Oracle GoldenGate product suite includes a variety of software, including adapters for legacy systems and site-specific data processing requirements. The financial sector has long used Oracle GoldenGate to adapt their BASE24 system. Oracle GoldenGate also supports the IBM mainframe. Its product suite includes an Oracle GoldenGate core and optional adapters for specialized data capture and data delivery. Additionally, each license contains a limited use Oracle WebLogic Server Standard Edition license.

 

In addition to Oracle GoldenGate software, the Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service also uses third-party products. The terms and conditions of the licenses cover reproduction and distribution. The licenses can also be Term, Processor, Named User, and ULA. Additionally, you can choose the On-Prem as Subscription or OpEx model. If you have existing on-premises licenses, you can import them into Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service and save money.

 

How does Oracle processor licensing work?

 

How does Oracle processor licensing work? The answer depends on the hardware and the software you use. If your hardware has multiple sockets, you must multiply the number of cores by the processor licensing factor. You can access the processor core factor table here. Alternatively, if your hardware has more than one chip, you must count each chip as an occupied socket. In this way, you can get the license cost for each chip.

 

The old system worked with concurrent devices. This system allowed huge numbers of users to use the same server, but it didn’t allow many concurrent connections. Eventually, Oracle introduced Named User licensing. Named user licences allow more than one user to access the same server. Oracle’s processor licensing model is different than other hardware platforms. Oracle’s system licenses allow multiple users to access the same system, but they require a minimum number of users.

 

The license is usually perpetual. However, Oracle also offers a TERM licensing model, which is an annual license that expires after 12 months. The perpetual license is the more economic option, as it includes a year of technical support.

 

Named user plus is a more flexible licensing model. With this licensing model, you pay per user, regardless of whether they’re humans or machines. In this case, it’s important to note that you can use multiple database instances with a single license. As long as you stick to Oracle User Minimums, you can scale up and down as needed. For instance, a single user plus license can support multiple databases on the same hardware.

 

 

How does Oracle Named User Plus licensing work?

 

How does Oracle Named User Plus licensing work, and how does it benefit you? In simple terms, it’s a way to license the number of database instances you need for your application. This licensing option works well in development and test environments where multiple users need to access the same data. Users are categorized as end nodes, human users, and systems, and Named User Plus licenses can be used for any edition of Oracle database.

 

To start, let’s review the definition of “user” for the sake of clarity. Oracle refers to a user as any end node, including human users and systems. However, there is a rule of thumb that must be adhered to. For example, a server running Standard Edition One requires a minimum of 5 Named User Plus licenses, and it may only be licensed on servers with two sockets. Blade servers, however, are eligible for this licensing program.

 

In a database environment, the number of users is determined by combining the number of cores with the minimum requirements for the database environment. For example, if your application requires 100 cores and a single user is using twenty of those, you’d have to count all of those users together. Similarly, you’d need to count all authorized users for each computer or device. If you don’t count each user, you’ll have an inaccurate number.

 

The enterprise may need multiple Oracle software products. In that case, it’s recommended to go with a site license, which licenses the entire enterprise for a period of time. This option is more affordable than purchasing multiple Named User Plus licenses for one year. Just make sure to consult with your partner if you’re unsure of which license type is best for your environment. You’ll also need to think about what you’ll be using the software for in the future.

 

To use Oracle Named User Plus, you must purchase a license for each processor in the system. Enterprise Edition requires 25 Named User Plus licenses for each processor. Standard Edition 2 licenses allow for ten users per server. Named User Plus licenses are valid for human-operated and non-human devices. In the end, you need to ensure that all the users are licensed properly. This is why Oracle Named User Plus licensing is so important and should be understood before purchasing any Oracle software.

 

 

How to license Oracle GoldenGate

 

If you’re wondering how to license Oracle GoldenGate, it’s important to understand the licensing process first. This service only counts processors that run Oracle’s database. That’s why Oracle GoldenGate requires a specific image and version of the OCI. You can license Oracle GoldenGate for the database platforms below. Afterward, you’ll have to license each component separately. Oracle GoldenGate for Mainframe 11g Release 1 is compatible with the following database platforms.

 

The core of Oracle GoldenGate allows users to capture real-time change data in a centralized, log-based environment. This solution can move large volumes of transactional data between databases with low latency, maintaining data integrity, and allowing for a highly available, heterogeneous environment. Licenses are available for both Oracle databases and non-Oracle ones. Oracle GoldenGate is compatible with most major database platforms.

 

When using Oracle GoldenGate, you can license all of its features separately or as a package. Each license includes the ability to capture database transactions and deliver them across multiple platforms. It also provides full use licenses for Oracle Active Data Guard and XStream. This product can work with any edition of Oracle Database, but Enterprise Edition is required for advanced features. You can also license Oracle Active Data Guard separately. In order to license GoldenGate for use on an Oracle mainframe, you must purchase the Enterprise Edition or higher. It is important to note that if you own Oracle GoldenGate licenses, then Active Dataguard is included in that license and does not need to be licensed seperately.

Oracle Goldengate is licensed per processor or named user plus.
You can purchase Oracle Goldengate either on volume agreement or sign an Oracle ULA.

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Oracle GoldenGate, only (a) the users of the Oracle database from which you capture data and (b) the users of the Oracle database where you will apply the data must be counted for the purpose of determining the number of licenses required

 

Oracle GoldenGate, only (a) the processors running the Oracle database from which you capture data and (b) the processors running the Oracle database where you will apply the data must be counted for the purpose of determining the number of licenses required.

 

Oracle Goldengate Licensing for non Oracle Database

 

  • Oracle GoldenGate for Non Oracle Database, only (a) the users of the Non Oracle database from which you capture data and (b) the users of the Non Oracle database where you will apply the data must be counted for the purpose of determining the number of licenses required
  • Oracle GoldenGate for Non Oracle Database, only (a) the processors running the Non Oracle database from which you capture data and (b) the processors running the Non Oracle database where you will apply the data must be counted for the purpose of determining the number of licenses required.