Oracle License Service Agreement

Oracle Master Agreement is the current agreement that Oracle still uses today. The OMA was created to have a unique agreement for Oracle customers to support the various business lines within Oracle (e.g.B. licensing, hardware distribution, sales support, cloud sales, Consulting Sales and University Sales, etc.). Following the introduction of the OMA, the doubling of the general conditions was reduced to a minimum and the readability of the agreement was increased. Following the introduction of the Internet, where licenses could be ordered through an online store, Oracle modified the SLSA in Oracle`s licensing and service agreement. Like SLSA, OLSA established the terms and conditions of sale in which Oracle sold its software and/or solutions. The OLSA was a transaction-based agreement that was included in each licensing agreement. Due in part to Oracle`s large number of acquisitions, the number of different terms and conditions for the various legacy agreements that Oracle and its customers had to manage between their companies increased significantly. (3) The Program-Related Service Offer document, which is also available under: available, it is customary for software publishers to incorporate different licensing rules and policies by reference to regulate the use of publishers` software products. Microsoft`s volume licensing agreements (p.B. MPSA or Enterprise Agreements) include, for example, product terms, online service conditions, and the service level agreement for Microsoft`s online services (among others), which contain a specific reference to these documents, information about document versions for the duration of the agreement, and the URL of websites on which current versions of documents can be found. While Microsoft`s licensing terms can sometimes be somewhat ambiguous or difficult to enforce, the documents included in their reference agreements are comprehensive and serve to reasonably define the respective rights, obligations and expectations of the parties with respect to the use of Microsoft`s products and services. (2) Oracle Technical Support Policy, also available under: However, if you browse, the ALT will not be identified on the page displayed.

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