Oracle Database as a Service Pricing and License Cost

Rich Niemiec
Chief Innovation Officer at Viscosity North America
There are different prices for different architectures - plan wisely and ensure that you look at all the pluses/minuses of each provider! View full review »
Ahmed Abdelwahed
IT Program Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We are a value add software as a service house so we are not really paying the cost of the licenses, the customer is the one who pays month-to-month. The customer is paying the money for their Oracle database in our case. We only use the product for development and testing to be able to deliver the services. For the customer, our service becomes an advantage. So the price may seem high, but for them, it is reasonable and not so high as it could cost them much more to deploy separately. The price corresponds to the quality of the product and services they receive in return. View full review »
Osama Mustafa
Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
The price depends on the solution you choose: standard, enterprise, or high performance. For example, enterprise can start between 0.4 an hour up to 1,800. Additional fees also depend on what package you choose. Your fees will be different if you choose the standard, enterprise, high performance, or extreme package. You will pay in relation to what option you ask for. The price is very good if you compare it to other databases. View full review »
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it_user432795
Managing Director at CarajanDB
There should be a standard way to license the database in a virtual environment (e.g. VMware) and there should be a low-end version (like Standard Edition One) again. View full review »
Fahd Mirza Chughtai
Cloud Architect, Oracle ACE, Oracle DBA at Pythian
Check Oracle support. View full review »
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