Software escrow is a three party agreement between a software developer (the depositor), the end user (beneficiary) and the escrow vendor commonly used in the USA, Canada, UK and throughout the world. Under the agreement, the developer must periodically deposit with the escrow vendor the source codes, documentation and items related to the software which may include deployment scripts, container images, VM images and databases.

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