Oracle 12.1 Users Warned As Mainstream Support Ends In July
Oracle 12.1 users beware – your software will soon become outdated! Mainstream support for this version of the popular database management system ends in July 2022, which means you’ll no longer be able to receive security patches or technical support from Oracle. What does this mean for your business? Read on to find out.
Oracle has been urging customers to upgrade to its newer product, Oracle 19c, for some time now. The company says that Oracle 19c is the “cloud-ready” version of the database and offers significant performance and security improvements over 12.1.
However, many users are reluctant to upgrade due to the cost and complexity involved. Upgrading an Oracle database can be a time-consuming and expensive process, particularly for larger organizations with multiple databases.
If you are using Oracle 12.1, now is the time to start planning your upgrade to Oracle 19c. Talk to your IT team and assess the costs and benefits of upgrading before mainstream support ends in July.
Oracle offered Extended Support for Database
Oracle offered Extended Support for Database 126.96.36.199 for the period August 2021 to July 2022, which includes updates, security alerts, and critical patches. The fee for this support also includes tax, legal and regulatory changes as well as scripts for upgrades and updates. It is available on Linux x86-64, Linux on IBM Z, IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit), HP-UX Itanium, Fujitsu BS2000, Oracle Solaris on SPARC, Oracle Solaris on x86-64, and Microsoft Windows x64.
To know more contact Oracle Database Experts at MiCORE Solutions
As of July 2022, Oracle will no longer provide mainstream support for its Oracle Database product. This means that users will no longer have access to security updates, bug fixes, and other forms of support from Oracle.
MiCORE Solutions is a leading database management company, specializing in Oracle database technology. MiCORE’s team of certified Oracle engineers assist clients in 19c database upgrade planning, migration services, and post implementation support. For companies looking to maintain their current 12.1 database, MiCORE offers operational support options to keep your database running smoothly, even after mainstream support ends.
If you are an Oracle Database user, then you should contact MiCORE Solutions to get the help and support you need.
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