Software giant and now engineered systems player Oracle bought Sun for its Java and Solaris software, but in taking on hardware it also needed a management tools. Thus Ops Center is one of the more important bits of code for the company and Oracle has announced new enhancements to it on Wednesday. With the launch of Oracle …
Sorry, but when a company makes something solely available for its customers then its not something I'd describe as free. Its not a free service IMO, its an /extra/ service.
True. But seeing how Sun charged for it, and Oracle started giving it away free around mid-last year... One can't complain for a tool that makes your life easier at doing your job. Assuming you use an Oracle OS. And with other vendors having tools that only support their products for a cost, I don't see your complaint.
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