With Oracle Universal Credits, the Cloud Wars Are Truly On

In late September, prior to Oracle Open World, Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) held an event to announce its consumption pricing model of Universal Credits and the ability to reuse existing software licenses across Oracle’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) middleware, analytics, and database offerings. The Universal Credits represent a fundamental change in cloud pricing as they will allow Oracle Cloud customers to switch between Oracle’s IaaS and PaaS services. In addition, Larry Ellison also unveiled a “self-driving” database that would greatly reduce the cost of administration.
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CIO Recommendations for HPE Flexible Capacity & Project New Stack

HP Project New Stack Concept for Hybrid IT cost, orchestration, & usage management
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Eating the Candy Cloud via Alex Yosifov from Flickr

Amalgam Insights specializes in Technology Consumption Management with a focus on how companies can align IT purchases and subscriptions to the relevant consumption models. This can and should include options for enterprises to purchase not only on a per-server or per-core basis, but also on a duration, user, resource, usage unit, feature, or baseline capacity basis. In this light, AI was especially interested in evaluating HPE’s Flexible Capacity billing capabilities across storage, computing, and networking as well as HPE’s new launch of Project New Stack.

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