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Microsoft Service Provider License Agreement

Service providers offer a variety of software services to customers, such as access to third-party software, platform infrastructure services, business transaction services, web hosting and streaming media services, and line-of-business (LOB) applications for a specific business purpose, in a particular industry or sector. Service providers offer customers direct or indirect access to products that interact with Microsoft server licensed products offered as software services.

With the Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA), service providers and independent software vendors (ISVs) can license eligible Microsoft products on a monthly basis, during a three-year agreement term, to host software services and applications to end customers. The SPLA program provides the license rights to host specific Microsoft Products as outlined in the Microsoft Service Provider Use Rights (SPUR). What is a service provider? Service providers offer a variety of software services to customers, such as access to third-party software, platform infrastructure services, business transaction services, web hosting and streaming media services, and line-of-business (LOB) applications for a specific business purpose, in a particular industry or sector. Service providers offer customers direct or indirect access to products that interact with Microsoft server licensed products offered as software services. Specifically, you are a service provider if you provide the following software services to your customers:

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