Palisade Compliance is not an Oracle dealer. In fact, we do not sell services to any company. This means that we can really provide you with independent advice and advice, whether you can switch to a third-party cloud (non-Oracle) or directly into the Oracle cloud. Most Oracle customers who switch to the cloud don`t want to use Oracle`s cloud. Businesses of all shapes and sizes switch to AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and others. As you enter the world of the non-Oracle cloud, Oracle is desperately trying to get you to use its cloud. Download our white cards to Universal Cloud Credits, Oracle licensing for a third-party cloud and other premium content. Companies around the world are relocating all or part of their IT infrastructure to the cloud. Oracle technology and applications are no exception. A decision on how and when to move into the cloud should be fairly simple. However, as with most things that concern Oracle, it`s not that simple.
Palisade Compliance has helped dozens of companies around the world successfully switch to a non-Oracle cloud, maintain compliance and avoid Oracle`s additional costs. Have you heard Oracle say that it is twice as expensive to use a non-Oracle cloud? It`s not true. We help you reach the cloud provider of your choice. 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 www.oracle.com/contracts, will automatically apply to your order. You can also access the July 27, 2018 version of the data processing contract in www.oracle.com/contracts. Oracle customers who want to go to the cloud want to protect the significant investments they`ve made in their Oracle licenses, while choosing the cloud environment best suited to their technical needs. These customers have no interest in being locked up in Oracle and paying Oracle more money. Your order for Oracle Cloud Services identifies the Oracle Cloud Services agreement that governs the order. If your order is placed on June 26, 2019 and refers to Oracle Cloud Services` agreement available on www.oracle.com/contracts, the June 26, 2019 version of the Oracle Cloud Services contract applies to that order. For each “add-on” order to an original cloud service order, Oracle`s cloud Services agreement, which is valid on the day of the initial order, applies to the additional order, even if the add-on order is dropped after the release of an updated version of the Cloud Services agreement.
An “add-on” command is an order that updates the amount or type of cloud services previously ordered, z.B. by adding additional capacity, new user subscriptions or SaaS service applications.