It is very generous, but read differently – from the current situation – things are a little different. What is missing? The current free versions of the HRC and HDP (or future CDP) are missing. The statement seems very carefully worded, but what it really says is that you need a paid subscription agreement for the use of Cloudera software in production. Only customers, test users, and developers can access products. 10.1 Unless otherwise specified in a separately signed agreement between Member and Cloudera, the following terms of this Section 10 and other applicable parts of the terms applicable to (i) interoperability testing or technology certification or materials apply: which are provided by Cloudera and/or the Member in connection with the Program (“Interoperability Testing”) and (ii) any certification marks or other certification words or designations (e.g. B “Cloudera Certified Technology”) that Cloudera makes available to the Member in conjunction with successful interoperability tests (“Interoperability Marks”). The following terms, as well as any additional terms relating to interoperability or integration testing and certification work, as defined in the guidelines or in any other material on the portal, including but not limited to material describing aspects of the Cloudera Certified Technology program or other similar programs, are in summary referred to as “interoperability requirements”. The conditions shall take precedence in the event of a contradiction between the other interoperability conditions and the conditions. 10.6 Without Cloudera`s prior written consent, the Member is not permitted to provide assurances regarding interoperability testing or Cloudera software licensing, support or professional service terms. This license prohibits the use of the licensed software in aeronautical applications.
This license may terminate automatically if you assert a claim against a contributor for patents that you claim are infringed by the licensed software; Your patent license of such contributor to the licensed software may also terminate automatically. Yes, the source code is provided in accordance with the current open source license. Customers who have an active subscription agreement for CDP Private Cloud software or CDP Data Center software have the option to access the CDP source repositories that Cloudera hosts. This license limits the licensed software sub-components that you can redistribute. The restriction can apply to source code, binaries, or other sub-components. This restriction is usually only included in proprietary or commercial licenses. Licenses with this restriction do not comply with the OSI. This license limits and may indicate how the name of the licensed software may be used, including restrictions that may require a name change if the code is changed. This license requires that all changes to the original source code of the licensed software be documented in the source code itself. 3.1.1 License. Subject to these Terms, Cloudera may grant the Member a license and/or subscription to use one or more Cloudera Products in connection with the Program, depending on their membership level. The Member must submit a request to Cloudera using a form specified by Cloudera indicating the corresponding cloudera products and the corresponding license type (“License Application Form”).
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