One of the most interesting agreements you can enter into are the ULAs, or Unlimited License Agreements, that Oracle is offering. Since any legally binding agreement or contract means that usage is in some way restricted, please don’t take “Unlimited” to mean that you are free to act as you’d like. Dates, users, processors, programs, cores, cloud et cetera all are parameters that come into play.
Over the past few months, The Software License Management company B-lay focused on exactly this theme in many articles on our website. We started by publishing our Oracle ULAs white paper and concluded with a live online expert session that we had the pleasure to host. Some intriguing questions arose around the topical issue of cloud computing in relation to Oracle ULAs.
From many discussions with clients we learned that our efforts were well received and appreciated. Many thanks for that because B-lay is here to help you in any kind of software licensing matters.
Webinar: Oracle Unlimited License Agreements, not that unlimited?!
Slideshare: Oracle Unlimited License Agreements, not that unlimited?!
The required number of licenses for Oracle’s Database programs are (almost) at all times related to the hardware infrastructure on which the software is installed. Incorrect interpretation or understanding of whether the software is deemed to be installed and how the installed software should be licensed in a certain specific hardware infrastructure is by far the number 1 license compliance issue.
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