The license of the traditional IPLA software – “System z Software” – consists of two main parts: the initial fee, also known as the single fee (OTC), and the recurring subscription and software support (S-S). IPLA software has traditionally had higher pre-licensing fees, and the customer pays a recurring S-S fee for continuous support, upgrades, technical support, error management, maintenance, etc. by accessing the IBM support center. Although the fees vary from product to product and from supplier, it is common for it to be between 22 and 24% of the levy. With license information (LI), one of the IPLA agreements is provided with the associated IBM software when delivered. If the client has not previously agreed to agree on the licensing conditions that have come into effect for the program, either the international program licensing agreement or the international licensing agreement applies to unsecured programs, as stated in the IA. Some LIs have been published in previous versions of these basic licensing agreements that you can view with LI search. This license applies to any copy of the program produced by the licensee. A. This license grants a free DSR production license of 1 million (1,000,000) for a single deposit and exclusively via the IBM Open Shift or IBM Cloud Private platforms. If you want to use the software for use on other platforms, for additional deposits or more than one million (1,000,000) DSR, you must first buy a corresponding license from the licensee. 1.2 Senzing API License.
Subject to all other terms of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, your duty to pay in due course to the licensee, the licensee herein grants you a permanent, non-exclusive, non-transferable license (without sublicensing rights) for the use of the Software (which is exclusively the “Senzing API” product) as follows. (i) only for the number of DSRs designated in writing by the licensee. (ii) only by means of (1) a set of database tables that can be installed on more than one (1) server; and (iii) only for internal productive use or external products and services, as long as the software must be combined with additional hardware functions when made available to your customers (i.e.: You cannot use the software to provide stand-alone products or services for providing data comparisons, data quality , data conflicts or “extraction, processing and loading” (“ETL”).