Oracle Cloud Agreement

December 14, 2020

The Canadian government is focused on a cloud-first strategy and is using cloud services as a preferred deployment option when launching investments in information technology, initiatives, strategies and projects. This agreement`s access to Oracle Cloud regions in Toronto and Montreal will help the Canadian government and associated public organizations in their digital transformation efforts. In this article, we will focus on a software company, Oracle, and discuss the different types of licensing agreements That Oracle had in the past, and we will explain the current licensing agreement that Oracle uses today: the Oracle Master Agreement (OMA). REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Oracle today announced a framework agreement to provide secure cloud services to the Canadian government. This agreement gives Oracle`s Canadian customers the ability for the Canadian federal government to safely store, manage and process sensitive data and applications in oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Due in part to Oracle`s large number of acquisitions, the number of different business conditions for the various legacy agreements that Oracle and its customers have had to manage between their companies has increased significantly. Oracle Cloud is ideal for business-critical workloads, such as financial applications and other back-office applications, as well as recent workloads such as simulations, machine learning and native cloud applications. Oracle`s Canadian cloud regions now offer Oracle Cloud services that include compute (CPU and GPU virtual machine and bare metal), storage (block, objects and archives, including new immutable object storage features), Oracle Database and Oracle Exadata Cloud Services, FastConnect, Identity and Access Management, Management Key Service and Load Balancer. If your pre-calculation/order form (“Order”) is available from Oracle for NetSuite service on the day or after the 16th. The January 12, 2018 version of the data processing contract of January 12, 2018, which contains or does not explicitly exclude Oracle Cloud Services` data processing contract (“data processing contract”) available on, will automatically apply to your order.