Oracle in steep price hike for Java licences based on 'total number of employees'

The vendor has been met with a storm of criticism

Tom Allen
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Oracle in steep price hike for Java licences based on 'total number of employees'

Oracle's latest price hike for Java standard edition (SE) licensing has been met with controversy as the cloud vendor switches from charging based on Java users to total number of employees. Ora...

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