Cloud Solution Provider agreements, price lists, and offers
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Review the information in this article to understand the requirements for participating in Microsoft's Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program.
Review requirements for becoming a partner in the Cloud Solution Provider program.
Microsoft requires partners to sign this agreement to join the Cloud Solution Provider program. Review the guide for the market or national cloud in which you plan to sell.
As a partner in CSP, you're responsible for reviewing Microsoft’s terms and conditions, including the acceptable use of Microsoft products and services, with your customers. Follow the link below to find the customer agreement(s) you'll need to review with new customers.
Download pricing details for license-based, usage-based, and one-time purchases from the Pricing and offers page, available from your Dashboard menu.
The license-based price list is updated monthly, and Microsoft releases new pricing 30 days before it takes effect. Examples of license-based services include Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Usage-based pricing is dynamic and changes frequently. Examples of usage-based services include Microsoft Azure.
One-time purchase pricing is also dynamic. Examples of one-time purchases include Microsoft Azure reserved VM instances.
As a partner in CSP, you can sell Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and Microsoft Azure to customers. For more information about which offers and product bundles are available to sell within these product families, see the CSP offer matrix on the Pricing and offers page, available from your Dashboard menu. This document is updated monthly.
For CSP partners who use the Crest Usage Record API, Microsoft also publishes a list of the Azure Services in CSP on the Pricing and offers page.