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Oracle is cheaper and "Basic" license is per system, not per two sockets, like Standard license for RHEL.
Source: CDW prices
|1 year||3 year|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Self-support (up to 1 guest)||$349/socket-pair||$995/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Standard (up to 1 guest)||$799/socket-pair||$2,277/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Premium (up to 1 guest)||$1,299/socket-pair||$3,702/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Standard (up to 4 guests)||$1,199/socket-pair||$3,417/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Premium (up to 4 guests)||$1,949/socket-pair||$5,555/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Standard (unlimited guests)||$1,999/socket-pair||$5,697/socket-pair|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Premium (unlimited guests)||$3,249/socket-pair||$9,260/socket-pair|
Source: Oracle Linux Support and Oracle VM Support Global Price List (PDF)
|One year||Three years||Licensing metric|
|Oracle Linux Network||119.00||357.00||Up to two physical CPUs|
|Oracle Linux Basic Limited||499.00||1,497.00||Up to two physical CPUs|
|Oracle Linux Basic||1.199.00||3,597.00||System, unlimited sockets|
|Oracle Linux Premier Limited||1.399.00||4,197.00||2 sockets|
|Oracle Linux Premier||2.299.00||6,897.00||System, unlimited sockets|
Oracle Linux support services are provided at the support level and for the term defined in your order. When ordering Oracle Linux support services you must comply with the following availability rules:
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