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[Micronet] Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

Walter Stokes

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DATE: February 24, 2015

RE:      Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

TO:      Deans & Directors, Micronet, ITLG members, ITC members

FR:      Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am pleased to announce that UC Berkeley has entered into a new enterprise site licensing agreement with the Oracle Corporation to allow all faculty, staff, and students to use the Oracle products listed below, at no additional cost.

 

Products include:

·         Oracle Database Enterprise Edition

o    Partitioning

o    Advanced Security

o    Active Data Guard

o    Diagnostics & Tuning Packs

o    Data Masking Pack

Note: All other Oracle products must be licensed separately and are not covered by this enterprise agreement.

Do you currently have an Oracle license or want one?

If you, or your unit or department, are a license holder for Oracle products, you may be able to terminate your current support agreement and register as a user of the new campus enterprise license. This will allow you to obtain an Oracle Customer Support Identifier (CSI) that entitles you to phone, email, and Web-based support, as well as patches and no-cost upgrade to future releases of the same product.

 

To better understand if the new Oracle enterprise license is right for you, please contact the IST Database team manager, [hidden email]. He and his team will work with you to determine if the enterprise agreement is the best option for your needs.

Interested in database support services?

The IST database administration team offers complete packages of hardware, database software, database administration and system administration in support of your database needs.

 

We have developed our database service packages to:

·         Reduce the burden of database administration work for developers;

·         Keep costs low for the campus by sharing resources; and

·         Provide a secure and supported environment, maintained by professional database administrators.

 

Learn more

The new Oracle enterprise license agreement is being provided to the campus community in collaboration with the Student Information Systems Replacement project. The SIS project’s expanded Oracle usage has made a license for the entire campus the most cost-effective and beneficial solution. Together, the SIS project and IST are partnering to deliver valuable services and expand support for faculty, students, and staff.

 

If you have any questions, please contact [hidden email], the IST Database team manager.  

 

Regards,

Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

 

 

Thanks!

 

Walter Stokes
Senior Manager, Data Services
UC Berkeley - Information Services & Technology
2195 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720
Desk: 510-664-4084   Cell:  408-355-4029

 


 
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Re: [Micronet] Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

Greg Merritt
Hi Walter,

This is super cool!  It's likely to be very, very helpful to our group.

Walter, is licensing/support for Oracle Spatial and Graph included?

-Greg


On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:44 PM, Walter Stokes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Please post to MicroNet :

 

 

 

DATE: February 24, 2015

RE:      Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

TO:      Deans & Directors, Micronet, ITLG members, ITC members

FR:      Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am pleased to announce that UC Berkeley has entered into a new enterprise site licensing agreement with the Oracle Corporation to allow all faculty, staff, and students to use the Oracle products listed below, at no additional cost.

 

Products include:

·         Oracle Database Enterprise Edition

o    Partitioning

o    Advanced Security

o    Active Data Guard

o    Diagnostics & Tuning Packs

o    Data Masking Pack

Note: All other Oracle products must be licensed separately and are not covered by this enterprise agreement.

Do you currently have an Oracle license or want one?

If you, or your unit or department, are a license holder for Oracle products, you may be able to terminate your current support agreement and register as a user of the new campus enterprise license. This will allow you to obtain an Oracle Customer Support Identifier (CSI) that entitles you to phone, email, and Web-based support, as well as patches and no-cost upgrade to future releases of the same product.

 

To better understand if the new Oracle enterprise license is right for you, please contact the IST Database team manager, [hidden email]. He and his team will work with you to determine if the enterprise agreement is the best option for your needs.

Interested in database support services?

The IST database administration team offers complete packages of hardware, database software, database administration and system administration in support of your database needs.

 

We have developed our database service packages to:

·         Reduce the burden of database administration work for developers;

·         Keep costs low for the campus by sharing resources; and

·         Provide a secure and supported environment, maintained by professional database administrators.

 

Learn more

The new Oracle enterprise license agreement is being provided to the campus community in collaboration with the Student Information Systems Replacement project. The SIS project’s expanded Oracle usage has made a license for the entire campus the most cost-effective and beneficial solution. Together, the SIS project and IST are partnering to deliver valuable services and expand support for faculty, students, and staff.

 

If you have any questions, please contact [hidden email], the IST Database team manager.  

 

Regards,

Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

 

 

Thanks!

 

Walter Stokes
Senior Manager, Data Services
UC Berkeley - Information Services & Technology
2195 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720
Desk: <a href="tel:510-664-4084" value="+15106644084" target="_blank">510-664-4084   Cell:  <a href="tel:408-355-4029" value="+14083554029" target="_blank">408-355-4029

 



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Re: [Micronet] Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

Walter Stokes

Greg:

 

Unfortunately, the Spatial and Graph options were not included in this agreement.

 

Obviously the Oracle database has a number of separately licensed features, and we could only include certain ones. As you can see from the list below, under this agreement we’re constrained to : Partitioning,   Advanced Security,  Active Data Guard,   Diagnostics & Tuning Packs and  Data Masking Pack.

 

I’m glad to hear that this helps, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance!

 

Walter

 

 

 

From: Greg MERRITT [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 1:57 PM
To: Walter Stokes
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

 

Hi Walter,

 

This is super cool!  It's likely to be very, very helpful to our group.

 

Walter, is licensing/support for Oracle Spatial and Graph included?

 

-Greg

 

 

On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:44 PM, Walter Stokes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Please post to MicroNet :

 

 

 

DATE: February 24, 2015

RE:      Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

TO:      Deans & Directors, Micronet, ITLG members, ITC members

FR:      Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am pleased to announce that UC Berkeley has entered into a new enterprise site licensing agreement with the Oracle Corporation to allow all faculty, staff, and students to use the Oracle products listed below, at no additional cost.

 

Products include:

·         Oracle Database Enterprise Edition

o    Partitioning

o    Advanced Security

o    Active Data Guard

o    Diagnostics & Tuning Packs

o    Data Masking Pack

Note: All other Oracle products must be licensed separately and are not covered by this enterprise agreement.

Do you currently have an Oracle license or want one?

If you, or your unit or department, are a license holder for Oracle products, you may be able to terminate your current support agreement and register as a user of the new campus enterprise license. This will allow you to obtain an Oracle Customer Support Identifier (CSI) that entitles you to phone, email, and Web-based support, as well as patches and no-cost upgrade to future releases of the same product.

 

To better understand if the new Oracle enterprise license is right for you, please contact the IST Database team manager, [hidden email]. He and his team will work with you to determine if the enterprise agreement is the best option for your needs.

Interested in database support services?

The IST database administration team offers complete packages of hardware, database software, database administration and system administration in support of your database needs.

 

We have developed our database service packages to:

·         Reduce the burden of database administration work for developers;

·         Keep costs low for the campus by sharing resources; and

·         Provide a secure and supported environment, maintained by professional database administrators.

 

Learn more

The new Oracle enterprise license agreement is being provided to the campus community in collaboration with the Student Information Systems Replacement project. The SIS project’s expanded Oracle usage has made a license for the entire campus the most cost-effective and beneficial solution. Together, the SIS project and IST are partnering to deliver valuable services and expand support for faculty, students, and staff.

 

If you have any questions, please contact [hidden email], the IST Database team manager.  

 

Regards,

Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

 

 

Thanks!

 

Walter Stokes
Senior Manager, Data Services
UC Berkeley - Information Services & Technology
2195 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720
Desk: <a href="tel:510-664-4084" target="_blank">510-664-4084   Cell:  <a href="tel:408-355-4029" target="_blank">408-355-4029

 



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Greg Merritt
Thanks for the follow-up, Walter.

Is there any alternate ways for us to combine Spatial with your team's services and the campus license, for our database?  Or even invoke it in some sort of unsupported mode?  It's pretty central to our use.

Thanks!

-Greg

On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 4:08 PM, Walter Stokes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Greg:

 

Unfortunately, the Spatial and Graph options were not included in this agreement.

 

Obviously the Oracle database has a number of separately licensed features, and we could only include certain ones. As you can see from the list below, under this agreement we’re constrained to : Partitioning,   Advanced Security,  Active Data Guard,   Diagnostics & Tuning Packs and  Data Masking Pack.

 

I’m glad to hear that this helps, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance!

 

Walter

 

 

 

From: Greg MERRITT [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 1:57 PM
To: Walter Stokes
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Micronet] Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

 

Hi Walter,

 

This is super cool!  It's likely to be very, very helpful to our group.

 

Walter, is licensing/support for Oracle Spatial and Graph included?

 

-Greg

 

 

On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:44 PM, Walter Stokes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Please post to MicroNet :

 

 

 

DATE: February 24, 2015

RE:      Oracle Enterprise License Agreement

TO:      Deans & Directors, Micronet, ITLG members, ITC members

FR:      Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am pleased to announce that UC Berkeley has entered into a new enterprise site licensing agreement with the Oracle Corporation to allow all faculty, staff, and students to use the Oracle products listed below, at no additional cost.

 

Products include:

·         Oracle Database Enterprise Edition

o    Partitioning

o    Advanced Security

o    Active Data Guard

o    Diagnostics & Tuning Packs

o    Data Masking Pack

Note: All other Oracle products must be licensed separately and are not covered by this enterprise agreement.

Do you currently have an Oracle license or want one?

If you, or your unit or department, are a license holder for Oracle products, you may be able to terminate your current support agreement and register as a user of the new campus enterprise license. This will allow you to obtain an Oracle Customer Support Identifier (CSI) that entitles you to phone, email, and Web-based support, as well as patches and no-cost upgrade to future releases of the same product.

 

To better understand if the new Oracle enterprise license is right for you, please contact the IST Database team manager, [hidden email]. He and his team will work with you to determine if the enterprise agreement is the best option for your needs.

Interested in database support services?

The IST database administration team offers complete packages of hardware, database software, database administration and system administration in support of your database needs.

 

We have developed our database service packages to:

·         Reduce the burden of database administration work for developers;

·         Keep costs low for the campus by sharing resources; and

·         Provide a secure and supported environment, maintained by professional database administrators.

 

Learn more

The new Oracle enterprise license agreement is being provided to the campus community in collaboration with the Student Information Systems Replacement project. The SIS project’s expanded Oracle usage has made a license for the entire campus the most cost-effective and beneficial solution. Together, the SIS project and IST are partnering to deliver valuable services and expand support for faculty, students, and staff.

 

If you have any questions, please contact [hidden email], the IST Database team manager.  

 

Regards,

Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer

 

 

Thanks!

 

Walter Stokes
Senior Manager, Data Services
UC Berkeley - Information Services & Technology
2195 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720
Desk: <a href="tel:510-664-4084" target="_blank">510-664-4084   Cell:  <a href="tel:408-355-4029" target="_blank">408-355-4029

 



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