An Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) is an agreement between a vendor and a customer, which provides that customer with access to the vendor’s services for a fixed, pre-defined period of time, often with the option to extend for another period.
An ELA is designed to replace individual license agreements that must be individually purchased, activated, and maintained. With an ELA, an organization can rapidly deploy solutions and have immediate access to all products and services for a pre-agreed price.
Accessing a vendor’s services under an ELA can also reduce license management overhead and spend.
An ELA enables an organization to have a single enterprise-wide license agreement with a vendor rather than a slew of individual user licenses. This can provide significant benefits to an organization, including:
An ELA can dramatically simplify and streamline an organization’s licensing agreement with critical vendors by moving from many, individual licenses to a single, enterprise-wide one. However, deriving maximum value from an ELA requires a clear, shared understanding between the customer and vendor.
Some best practices when planning, deploying, and operating under an ELA include:
Check Point’s Infinity Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) , is the first cybersecurity ELA that focuses on threat prevention, provides full access to the complete Check Point Infinity security architecture under a single ELA. By deploying all Check Point Infinity products, solutions, and services, an organization is protected from all threat vectors and takes advantage of the following benefits:
Infinity Enterprise License Agreement gives you peace of mind by offering an overall security solution including Software, Hardware, Security Services, and Support. To identify your organization’s security needs and where Infinity ELA can help, take Check Point’s free Security Checkup. You’re also welcome to contact us to learn how to enhance and streamline your enterprise security with Check Point’s Infinity ELA.