Oracle Java SE Subscription was the obvious choice for us
January 20, 2021

Oracle Java SE Subscription was the obvious choice for us

Saleem Salik | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Java SE Subscription

Oracle Java SE Subscription is being used in our development and quality assurance department, where we build business management software and their automation applications with Oracle and Java QA tools. The choice of Oracle Java SE Subscription was obvious, as it is operating-system independent and as we have to deal with Oracle-based tools on machines with Windows, iOS, and Android for application development. We use Oracle Java SE Subscription for applying automated machine-oriented Java updates, security patches against trending vulnerabilities, and system-based subscription to meet our organizational needs.
  • Availability for all OS
  • Automatic selection of required Oracle subscriptions as per machine needs
  • Regular updates with increased security against latest online threats
  • Heavy for systems with low memory
  • Definitely huge positive returns against investment by reducing wasted resources.
Oracle provides one of the best in services in the support section and Oracle Java SE Subscription users get more privileged support from stewards, with 24/7 priority issue resolution. The stewards at Oracle are always keen to help end-users, and most of the time are well aware about the industry issues in advance.

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Oracle Java SE Subscription is best when you are developing some new machine software and applications with minimal operating system dependency and developers are not sure about which required Java product to get subscribed to under industry and system requirements. That's how we get the most out of it or else we may waste too many resources.