When to use Oracle unlimited license agreements

Unlimited license agreements are becoming a popular way for some organizations to simplify the way they pay for Oracle software. The company primarily licenses software based on the number of named users or processors. But Oracle unlimited license agreements, often referred to as ULAs, let customers pay one up-front fee to get unlimited licenses for certain products over a specified period of time -- usually three years.

In this video, Miro Consulting CEO Scott Rosenberg explains Oracle ULAs and describes scenarios when signing one is probably good idea. He also explains when they might be a bad idea.

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