The September release of Oracle’s Database Standard Edition 2 (DBSE2) has created some corporate quandaries for many organizations.

Why should you care? Oracle’s Database Standard Edition (DBSE) has been a feasible option for companies seeking a lower cost, standard, functional database without all the thrills and frills of Oracle’s Enterprise Edition, but Oracle is now changing the rules around Standard Edition licensing which will put companies on track to migrate and upgrade – whether now, in the near future, or shortly thereafter – eventually to SE2 or to the Oracle Database Enterprise Edition (DBEE).

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