Are you sure you are compliant with your Oracle ULA in the Public Cloud?

Are you sure you are compliant with your Oracle ULA in the Public Cloud?

19 jun '18 - Richard Spithoven

Approximately 10 years ago, Oracle Corporation started to sell the right to make use of its software programs in a so-called “all you can eat” type of agreement called “Unlimited License Agreement” (ULA). An Unlimited License Agreement provides an end user the right to unlimitedly deploy and use a limited amount of Oracle programs for a limited period of time. More details on how “unlimited” these license agreements actually are and how they actually work can be found here.

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