Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Pricing and License Cost

Andrew McLaren
Principal Consultant at DXC
Licensing costs are typically arranged by Oracle CPU. You pay for the access and then you can scale. If you have a fairly intensive database activity, you'd scale up by CPU, and you're paying by the CPU and the uptime. So there's a marginal uptime cost. If your operations are only running 12 hours a day, you can put your database offline after that and reduce costs. If you had multiple databases supporting the same environment, let's say a development, a test, and a production, you could just turn off the development and the test when you're not fixing anything or developing, and that would reduce your costs. There is also a free version of ADW that can be accessed if you create a cloud account. I think it allows for 20MB of space that is free. View full review »
reviewer1501608
Head of Data and Analytics at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I don't handle the billing or licensing aspect of the solution. I don't have any insights into the cost of the product or how many licenses the company holds. View full review »
Dan Vlamis
President at Vlamis Software Solutions
I would recommend to fully utilize Oracle's trial service. It's a good way to try it out first. View full review »
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BenjaminArnulf
Senior Director BI & Analytics at Hertz Global Holdings, Inc.
The cost is perfect with Oracle Universal credit. View full review »
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