As a result, certain general conditions had to be renegotiated several times for each product and/or service or region where the customer is active. It was therefore necessary to simplify this process with a new agreement: the OMA. This licence expressly warns against the fact that the licence does not issue a patent and that such a concession and/or payment of royalties are likely necessary. (1) „Program Documentation,” defined as „Program Use Manual and Program Installation Manual,” available at: oracle.com/documentation Licence has obligations or restrictions that make it unsuitable for the availability of a product, but is acceptable for internal use, such as design. B, testing, construction activities that the licensed software does not provide on a delivered product. As soon as you purchase a software license, you acquire the right to use a particular software under the terms of the license agreement. If a specific use of the software is not mentioned in your license agreement, you should not assume that you can use the software in this way. You should check with the software publisher at all times if you can provide and/or use the software as you wish (if this is not indicated in the license agreement). The user rights and conditions under which you can use the Software (including its restrictions and restrictions) are defined in your contract and associated documents. It is your duty to read, understand and comply with these conditions at all times, even if they change over time. Simona began working in 2015 as a contract analyst in the SAM sector.
It conducts an in-depth analysis of the contractual terms agreed between end-users and software publishers. Your attention is on Oracle – IBM. Simona`s analysis of the contract helps clients get a complete, accurate and factual overview of licensing rights. Simona received a master`s degree in engineering from politehnica University in Bucharest. With the acquisition of Sun Microsystems, Oracle has also started selling hardware solutions. The delivery, warranties and commitments of the hardware are clearly different from those of software (as Oracle has sold so far). As a result, at the end of 2013, Oracle moved from its OLSA to a new licensing structure: the Oracle Master Agreement (OMA).