Audit (licensing Compliance Audit – Compliance Review – Self-Assessment) | An IBM customer`s compliance/licensing incompliance. IBM has implemented an extensive audit program around the world, with the help of external auditors such as KPMG and Deloitte (see kpmg.com and deloitte.com for program details). These compliance audits are the identification and subsequent compensation for un conceded software that has been discovered. Enterprise Licensing Agreement (ELA) | Company-wide agreement, standardization of IBM offer and, if applicable, user rights. ELA offers benefits to IBM customers – but has big drawbacks. We recommend an in-depth analysis of each client`s situation to determine whether a particular customer should enter into an ELA agreement. Authorized User Value Unit metric (AUVU) | One of IBM`s metrics, which belongs to the UVU family of user units. AUVU is a user unit in which users are authorized users. Note that IBM may offer other licensing variants, such as AuVU Infrequent, for which the frequency of access to the software is limited for a certain period of time. An example of a product that can be allowed with the AUVU metric: IBM FileNet Content Manager Authorized v5.1. Users are rarely users with a maximum of 120 access per 12-month calendar period, while each access within 15 minutes is considered access.
This licensing and program service agreement is published in accordance with the provisions of Indensagb and Part 2 of this agreement. The license structure for the taker is shown in the table below; The exact legal descriptions of IBM Cognos`s intelligence licenses that apply to IBM Cognos are available on IBM`s website. The program is owned by IBM or an IBM vendor and is copyrighted and licensed, not sold. The licensee obtains a license for Assimil8 Limited`s programs through a sublicensing agreement between IBM and Assimil8 Limited. Assimil8 Limited grants licenses to takers for Shrinkwrap (Shrink-wrap) | Software product available on physical support (DVD) with a narrowed license agreement that is accepted by opening the software and breaking the seal to access the media. In the non-IBM language, this is also called full package Product (FPP). IBM sells software licenses through various licensing programs. The most used are Passport Advantage and Passport Advantage Express. The software it receives through these programs is governed by the International Passport Advantage Express Agreement (IPAEA). Major effects of an application or service failure affecting multiple users (with bypass) – “OSS program” must have the meaning assigned to it in subsection 4.1 (“open source guarantee”). “Under-licensed software providers” are important in subsection 1.7 (“third-party software sub-licensing”).
“Software” has the meaning attributed to it in the first paragraph of this agreement. Entry/exit capacity if needed (OOCOD/CoD) | For hardware, OOCOD/CoD allows customers to turn hardware modules on and off to meet temporary spikes in business requirements (available on selected z system servers). The loads for both hardware and software are related to the duration of temporary activation and the enabled capacity. For the software a temporary license, limited in duration and consumption, usually expressed in processor days. One example is the license: IBM WebSphere Server Interchange Processor Day OOCoD Temporary Use Charge Sub-Capacity Attachment to IPAA | Agreeing, condition for under-capacity. Since July 2011 included in the IAPA. 1.5 Audits. Unless you have entered license conditions that allow unlimited DSRs, you agree, after proper notification from the licensee for the life of the year and for six (6) months after, to allow the licensee or its representatives to verify and obtain your written and electronic records of your use of the Software.