Oracle ULA vs PULA – Which agreement is for you?

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Oracle ULA vs PULA

Oracle offers two main types of unlimited license agreements: the Perpetual Unlimited License Agreement (PULA) and the Unlimited License Agreement (ULA). Both agreements provide organizations with the right to use an unlimited number of licenses for a specific set of Oracle products, but there are some key differences between the two.

An Oracle Perpetual Unlimited License Agreement (PULA) gives organizations the right to use an unlimited number of licenses for a specific set of Oracle products, which does not expire.

On the other hand, an Oracle Unlimited License Agreement (ULA) is a time-bound agreement that provides the right to use an unlimited number of licenses for a specific set of Oracle products in exchange for a fixed license and support fee. 

The agreement usually lasts for three years, and organizations can renew or exit the agreement at the end of the term.

When deciding between a PULA and a ULA, organizations must consider their specific needs, primarily around how long they need unlimited deployment rights. 

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