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Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 (On-Premises) Processor for One Year Subscription License With Update & Support
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Does Oracle Database have more than one edition? Yes, I know it has been like this for many years, but I think it is worth pointing this out again. When looking at the Oracle Database - there are actually a few options available to you. Some might not actually know this, as the only option they might be presented with by default could be Oracle Enterprise Edition (EE). Don’t get me wrong, it is an amazing solution with a plethora of options. But it does in fact, as I always say, have a little brother – Oracle Standard Edition 2, which actually is worth looking at. It might not have all the features - or bells and whistles as some say; but it is feature-rich and at the core still, an amazing database edition which if you look closely, it could be the right fit for you.

Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 (SE2) can be licensed and used on servers with a maximum capacity of 2 CPU sockets. There is no limit to the number of cores. It is important to note though that Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 automatically limits the maximum number of CPU threads to 16 at any one time. To some, this might be seen as a limitation, but for most this should be more than sufficient to run workloads - especially if later faster CPU models are used. One important thing when the initial version of Standard Edition 2 was released was that it came bundled with Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). This unfortunately has changed since Oracle released the 19c update. As of 19c, Oracle Standard Edition 2 does not include the Oracle RAC option, which was a big shock to most of us. However, since the release of SE2 and the limitations on 16 threads using Oracle RAC with SE2 became a less attractive option, many new installations of Oracle SE2 tend to be more single instance than Oracle RAC. Plenty of companies that still had the Oracle Standard Edition (SE) option (usually running 11.2.0.4 database patched version) which allowed up to 4 CPU sockets with no thread limitation, started looking at keeping this more long term. Short term this might seem like a good plan while you review the options going forward. It is recommended to make sure you have a support agreement in place - and always keep an eye on this Oracle support note: Release Schedule of Current Database Releases (Doc ID 742060.1).



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Brand: Oracle
Model number: Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 Processor License
Part Number: Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 Processor License
Seller SKU: Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 Processor
Manufacturer: Oracle Software
Availability: In Stock
Minimum order quantity: 1
Date first listed on Authorized Software Reseller : Apr 2, 2024

Does Oracle Database have more than one edition? Yes, I know it has been like this for many years, but I think it is worth pointing this out again. When looking at the Oracle Database - there are actually a few options available to you. Some might not actually know this, as the only option they might be presented with by default could be Oracle Enterprise Edition (EE). Don’t get me wrong, it is an amazing solution with a plethora of options. But it does in fact, as I always say, have a little brother – Oracle Standard Edition 2, which actually is worth looking at. It might not have all the features - or bells and whistles as some say; but it is feature-rich and at the core still, an amazing database edition which if you look closely, it could be the right fit for you.

Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 (SE2) can be licensed and used on servers with a maximum capacity of 2 CPU sockets. There is no limit to the number of cores. It is important to note though that Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 automatically limits the maximum number of CPU threads to 16 at any one time. To some, this might be seen as a limitation, but for most this should be more than sufficient to run workloads - especially if later faster CPU models are used. One important thing when the initial version of Standard Edition 2 was released was that it came bundled with Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). This unfortunately has changed since Oracle released the 19c update. As of 19c, Oracle Standard Edition 2 does not include the Oracle RAC option, which was a big shock to most of us. However, since the release of SE2 and the limitations on 16 threads using Oracle RAC with SE2 became a less attractive option, many new installations of Oracle SE2 tend to be more single instance than Oracle RAC. Plenty of companies that still had the Oracle Standard Edition (SE) option (usually running 11.2.0.4 database patched version) which allowed up to 4 CPU sockets with no thread limitation, started looking at keeping this more long term. Short term this might seem like a good plan while you review the options going forward. It is recommended to make sure you have a support agreement in place - and always keep an eye on this Oracle support note: Release Schedule of Current Database Releases (Doc ID 742060.1).


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