iQuate publishes case study about Oracle ULA optimization
Today iQuate, the automated IT discovery, inventory and measurement specialists for large enterprises, released a customer case study detailing a project which enabled a large European company to save several million in IT costs
The IT environment comprised approximately 1500 servers in a number of datacenters. The server environment was multi-platform and involved clusters and virtualization. These factors have a significant implication for a company’s software license requirement, especially in the case of Oracle.
The goals of this project were to:
• Improve the customer’s negotiation position by ensuring they had full understanding of their software deployment and license requirements
• Reconfigure hardware to support high availability
• Ensure that Options were deployed correctly, under the terms of the existing license
• Maximize the value of the existing Oracle ULA
• Maintain compliance
The project delivered optimization opportunities of over £8,000,000 ($12,700,000)
The full text of the case study can be downloaded here:
iQuate helps customers reduce IT spend and improve IT compliance by gathering and analyzing information on software and hardware configurations in highly complex physical, virtual and cloud environments. iQSonar, iQuate’s agentless measurement tool, is the only tool of its kind to be publicly acknowledged by both Microsoft and Oracle for its accuracy and completeness. iQuate works closely with specialized partners and major vendors such as Microsoft, VMware, Oracle and IBM to ensure delivery of the best possible solutions for customers.
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, iQuate also operates from local offices in Paris, France; Sydney, Australia; and San Francisco, USA.
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