Identify Java paid components installed on your device
Here is a detailed step-by-step guide that includes code snippets and example outputs on how to identify if Java or Java paid components are installed on a device: Step 1: Check if Java is installed To check if Java is installed on a device, you can use the following command in the terminal: If Java…Read More
New Oracle Java Pricelist
Oracle has just rolled out a new pricing model for their Java SE subscriptions, moving away from the traditional Named User Plus and Processor metrics. Instead, the subscriptions will now be based on the “Employee for Java SE Universal Subscription” metric, which encompasses all full-time, part-time, and temporary employees of both the client company and…Read More
Do you need to pay for Oracle Java?
Now, let’s be clear – Java has never been completely free. Some licensing was free before 2019, but most companies should have purchased a license long ago. Oracle wasn’t really enforcing it, so some companies got away without buying one. If you’re a company using Java for commercial purposes, it’s time to review your licensing…Read More