The Oracle Java License has changed for releases starting April 16, 2019. This post updated Jan 2020.

The new Oracle Technology Network License Agreement for Oracle Java SE is substantially different from prior Oracle Java licenses. The new license permits certain uses, such as personal use and development use, at no cost — but other uses authorised under prior Oracle Java licenses may no longer be available. Please review the terms carefully before downloading and using this product. Commercial license and support is available with a low cost Java SE Subscription.

What is a Java SE Subscription?  What can I access with the Java SE Subscription?
Java SE Subscription is a simple, low-cost monthly subscription that includes Java SE Licensing and Support for use on Desktops, Servers or Cloud deployments, It follows a commonly used model, popular with Linux distributions.  The subscription provides access to tested and certified performance, stability, and security updates for Java SE, directly from Oracle.  It also includes access to My Oracle Support (MOS) 24×7, support in 27 languages, Java SE 8 Desktop management, monitoring, and deployment features, among other benefits. Contact Synoptix to discuss your server and desktop quantities for a customised quote. As of January 2020 please contact Oracle directly.

What is the cost of a Java SE Subscription in EURO & GBP?
Desktop pricing is €27 per user per year. A single desktop with five users will require five licenses. Processor pricing for use on Servers is €270.00 per year per two x86 CPU cores. GBP equivalent pricing is £24 & £238 respectively. (Price correct as of 5th June 2019) E.g. a server with two 8-Core CPU’s attracts an annual subscription cost of 2 sockets * 8-Cores * 0.5 CPU multiplier = 8 license subscription at €2,160.00 + VAT. As of January 2020 please contact Oracle directly for updated pricing.

Questions or Configurations?

Cut and paste this link for the FAQ’s:-

Give me a call anytime for configurations and options – all JAVA sales are now being taken direct by Oracle, please consult Oracle for any JAVA requirements.