Oracle Database Manager
Automate the analysis and determination of Oracle DB usage and license requirements
ODBM (Oracle Database Manager) is designed to help gain control of Oracle licensing. It identifies running options, features in use (including cloned/historic usage evidence), feature to version compatibility whilst checking the validity of the data generated. In addition, it reconciles this information with infrastructure data for a complete Oracle deployment and license requirement overview.
Excellent experience with the Licenseware team. The members, the know-how, the platform, and the technology behind it, all combined brings good value to our customers and internally.
by Andre Guerreiro, Managing Director
Our collaboration with Licenseware has been great from the start. They have such a positive attitude, have answered all our questions and helped us implement a tailored solution with efficiency. We’re now saving a up to 50% of the time required to finish a large project. This allows us to focus even more on the quality of our deliverables.
by Andra Tarata, Technology Delivery Lead Manager
License Compliance Experts
A great team and an effective and essential solution to help ensure control in the management of software assets and avoid unnecessary risks. With Licenseware we have achieved savings up to 50%.
by Pedro Cuadros Fernández, Principal License Compliance Consultant
What data sources are supported currently?
- Flexera Oracle Options - Flexera (LMS OPTIONS) files for Oracle Database (.csv)
- Review Lite - Review Lite files for Oracle Database (.csv)
- Oracle LMS DB Collection - Output data from the Oracle LMS Collection tool for Databases (.zip, .tar, .tar.bz2)
- ServiceNOW Oracle GLAS Report - ServiceNOW Oracle GLAS Report exported from ServiceNow (.zip, .csv)
- Oracle Options Packs and Usage Statistics - Oracle's publicly available feature usage collection script (.txt, .out, .info)
- Licenseware Collector - Data from our custom collection solution
- Request new data source
- Quickly extract all required information
- Identify installed Oracle options and features
- Identify cloned databases and historic usage evidence
- Highlight feature to version incompatibility
- Catch bugs in usage statistics
- Determine first and last used data and if features are currently in use
- Determine the license requirement for each server analyzed and the triggers
Full guide here