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Additional service(s) that are added to an existing Oracle Cloud contract. The new services will be coterminus with the existing contract, expiring at the same time.
The legal terms and conditions that govern a customer’s interactions with Oracle for a specified period of time. Examples include: Cloud Services Agreement (CSA), Oracle Master Agreement OMA), Master Distribution Agreement (MDA), and Legacy Master Agreements from acquired companies.
A prerequisite to an Oracle Cloud service option. A base service can also be sold as a standalone offering.
Bursting allows you to use additional capacity above your subscription limit without having to make a change to your base subscription. Bursting is useful for situations where you need to temporarily increase capacity. See Elastic Computing.
Also known as replace and terminate. A subscription or contract can be cancelled and replaced with a different subscription (or contract) on a different subscription ID before the original subscription has expired. This results in the decommissioning of customer’s provisioned environment and the setup of a new environment.
For prepaid subscriptions, your committed amount will be for a specified quantity of the cloud subscription service at a negotiated price for use during a specific period. Billing is based on the billing frequency stated in the contractual agreement, independent of the customer’s usage of the service.
Additional services can be added to an existing Oracle Cloud services contract. These include:
The new services will:
The new services can be completed at:
Elastic computing allows Oracle to provision flexible computing power on demand.
The ending of the fixed period for which the contract is valid, or the contract end date. This term also refers to a service line item that has reached its service end date.
Infrastructure as a service: server, storage, and network hardware associated with software delivered as a service.
A cloud subscription service where usage of the service is:
Oracle offers two types of subscription billing models for metered services:
The Oracle Cloud ordering document is the contract that identifies the cloud services that you have purchased from Oracle. It includes transactional terms and conditions for the specific order including:
Usage that exceeds the negotiated terms of your contract will result in overage. Here’s how overage will be billed according to the two payment models:
Platform as a service: the database and server offerings available in a subscription service model.
Cloud service in a multitenant environment that supports multiple customers.
Extending your cloud service subscription.
Software as a service: the applications delivered as a service to customers over the internet.
This includes both the cloud and professional services that have been ordered.
The period of time for which a customer orders cloud services, as specified in the order.
The billing or invoicing terms that describe when an invoice will be issued and the frequency of the invoicing.
A midterm change(s) to an existing subscription plan while still within the existing term and on the same provisioned site.
Restricting of the availability of a cloud service due to nonpayment on the account.