Compliance With The Oracle License

Oracle Database software programs. The two most known contractual documents are:

Oracle’s Ordering Documents

The Order Document list the number of licenses purchased for a specific software program against a specific license metric you can try the oracle license reviews. It refers to a specific Oracle License Agreement.

Examples are Order from states, 2 Processor license Database Enterprise Edition

Oracle’s License Agreement

Your License Agreement is either called Software License and Services Agreement (SLSA), Oracle License & Services Agreement (OLSA), Transactional Oracle Master Agreement (TOMA) or Oracle Master Agreement (OMA). It not uncommon that an organization has multiple (different) license agreements through which they have purchased different software programs over the years. The license agreement specifies the general and most specific terms under which the software can be used.

Example:

The “Processor” definition in the Oracle License Agreement states: Processor shall be defined as all of processors where the Oracle programs are installed and/or running.

Apart from the Ordering Document and the Oracle License Agreement, a number of other documents/sources are part of your license entitlements, including:

Oracle’s Program Documentation

The Oracle License Agreement states in the “Rights Granted” section: “Upon Oracle’s acceptance of the order, rules set forth in the order and the program documentation.” Oracle’s Program documentation is therefore part of your license agreement and includes terms and conditions that need to be taken into account. Oracle’s Program documentation can be found at http://docs.oracle.com and includes thousands of pages that explain which products/ components are part of a specific program license, what specific full use or restricted usage rights are granted within a software program, what products may be required to be licensed separately in case you make use of certain software programs and what specific products/features require separate licenses.