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Guide to Oracle Java changes and how they affect your organisation.

Guide to Oracle Java changes and how they affect your organisation.

Oracle Java have changed from a mostly “free to use” technology to a mostly chargeable technology. Although free to use, the previous Oracle Java releases could become commercially licensable and chargeable in two cases: (i) use of commercial features or (ii) use of a non-public release (available only from the MyOracle Support website and requiring a supported commercial Java license).

Oracle announced on September 14th 2021 that the licensing model for Java from release 17 on is the new Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions (NFTC). As its name suggests, there are no fees associated with Java usage. No fees, really? This white paper dives in and explores this further…

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