Oracle Label Security Named User Plus - Perpetual

Mfg.Part: L10011 | CDW Part: 440401 | UNSPSC: 43232304
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Oracle Label Security provides out-of-the-box, fine-grained database access control. Working with government and commercial customers, Oracle designed a secure, flexible solution to meet the security demands of financial, healthcare and other industries. Built on the Oracle Virtual Private Database technology, Oracle Label Security adds a special tag (label) to data rows enabling sophisticated and flexible row-level database security. For example, in application hosting, a subscriber label can be used to separate data between companies. Oracle Label Security can be configured to achieve the right balance to share and separate data. Oracle Label Security is based on government data classification requirements.

No programming required
Enforcement within the database, protecting data when the application is bypassed
Flexibility to model real world application security requirements
Reduces application complexity, providing a lower cost of ownership

GUI administration tool
Row level access mediation based on user authorizations and data sensitivity labels
Highly customizable for all your business requirements
Enforcement of security at the schema or table level

Named user is defined as an individual authorized by you to use the programs which are installed on a single server or multiple servers, regardless of whether the individual is actively using the programs at any given time. A non human operated device will be counted as a named user plus in addition to all individuals authorized to use the programs, if such devices can access the programs. If multiplexing hardware or software (e.g., a TP monitor or a web server product) is used, this number must be measured at the multiplexing front end. Automated batching of data from computer to computer is permitted. You are responsible for ensuring that the named user plus per processor minimums are maintained for the programs contained in the user minimum table in the licensing rules section; the minimums table provides for the minimum number of named users plus required and all actual users must be licensed.