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What will Oracle's price hikes mean for Oracle customers?

Friday Jun 20th 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Oracle's decision to raise its list prices by 15% to 20% is cause for concern for both existing and prospective customers. But there are opportunities to offset those hikes, according to industry analysts.

[From Search Oracle]

Oracle's decision to raise its list prices by 15% to 20% is cause for concern for both existing and prospective customers. But there are opportunities to offset those hikes, according to industry analysts.

Oracle's new price list, updated June 16, includes increased pricing for its new 11g database Enterprise Edition (from $40,000 to $47,500 per CPU) and for BEA Weblogic, now named Oracle's lead app server (from $17,000 to $25,000 per CPU).

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