Oracle WebLogic Server: Editions & Cost

Oracle WebLogic Server is a widely used Java Enterprise Edition application server for developing and deploying enterprise applications. Its robust capabilities for building enterprise-level apps make it a powerful tool, but understanding its licensing options can be challenging. Many corporations struggle to comprehend the various offerings and determine which one aligns with their organizational needs.


In this post, we delve deeper into the main editions of Oracle WebLogic Server and get a quick understanding of the included componens and pricing options available.

Editions

WebLogic Basic edition is included with other Oracle products such as Oracle Internet Application Server (IAS) and Oracle Forms and Reports. The WebLogic Standard edition is licensed per occupied CPU socket, with a minimum of 10 user licenses per processor.

The WebLogic Enterprise edition is licensed per core factor and includes advanced clustering support and the Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder.

The WebLogic Suite is also licensed per core factor and features additional components like Oracle Coherence Enterprise Edition, Oracle Forms, Reports, and Portal, Oracle Enterprise Manager Pack for Oracle Coherence, Oracle Verrazzano Enterprise Edition, and Oracle Java SE Suite.

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Cost

The cost of Oracle WebLogic licenses can be based on either processor or user. The Oracle WebLogic Standard Edition costs $10k per processor license or $200 per user, with a minimum of 10 users per processor.

The Oracle WebLogic Enterprise Edition costs $25k per processor license or $500 per user, with a minimum of 10 users per processor and counting cores.

The Oracle WebLogic Suite license costs $45k per processor license or $900 per user, with a minimum of 10 users per processor and counting cores.

Considerations

One of the key aspects of assessing your cost and requirements implies doing a thorough analysis of your current setup, like detecting Fusion Middleware products in use and identify apps on Weblogic domains. Consider using a tool to sort out through the raw data and surface the relevant information for you to take informed decisions.

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