Oracle Database licensees are facing end of support deadlines, rising support costs, and increasing pressure to move to proprietary clouds. In this Rimini Street-sponsored survey conducted by Foundry, you’ll find out what factors are driving licenses to rethink their roadmap, the challenges ahead, and the strategies they’re considering. Key findings include:
- 86% have no plans to adopt Oracle Cloud
- 75% of survey respondents said their current database investments meet their business needs
- 72% of respondents are running Oracle Database versions 19c or earlier which will be at the minimal Sustaining Support level by 2027
- 57% have had to resolve Oracle Database issues on their own or with the help of a third-party provider
Download the full report for complete findings and analysis to help you plan your business-driven Oracle Database roadmap.
With end of full support for Oracle Database 11.2 here, licensees are facing critical decisions around database strategy. How do licensees feel about the value of Oracle Database? In 2020, Rimini Street conducted a survey, asking IT leaders, C-level executives, and database professionals across diverse industries in 18 countries about their plans for and attitudes about the value of Oracle Database and where open-source and cloud fit into their roadmaps. Benchmarked against the 2017 Rimini Street survey, “The Hidden Truths About Oracle Database,” the new survey report also provides a look at the evolution of attitudes around the system. In this infographic, you’ll find the biggest takeaways from the survey and recommendations on how to approach your database strategy.
Watch this webinar to learn more about Rimini Street Database Health Check as a proactive service to track and identify potentially disruptive database platform performance issues before they can negatively impact business operations.