Customers and developers can access our products with a subscription contract with Cloudera. We will have partner development subscriptions for developers through our Cloudera Connect partnership program and free short-term (unsurpassed) test subscriptions via Cloudera.com. 1.5 The Data Directive is the Cloudera Directive, available on www.cloudera.com/legal/policies.html, which can be updated from time to time by Cloudera. For the purposes of these conditions, all references to the “customer” contained in the data directive are understood as references to partners. 1.11 The “program” refers to the Cloudera Connect partnership program as described at www.cloudera.com/partners/cloudera-connect-partner-program.html. Tariff metrics meet cloud consumption and subscription standards for data management and analysis. It reads very generously, but it`s different – from today`s state – things are a little different. What`s missing here? Current free versions of the CoH and HDP (or future CDP) are missing. The statement seems to be formulated with great care, but what it really says is that to use Cloudera software in production, you need a paid subscription contract. Only customers, test users and developers can access the products. www.cloudera.com/content/cloudera-content/cloudera-docs/Licenses/Third-Party-Licenses/Third-Party-Licenses.html As used in this FAQ, a “license” refers to the legal agreement on the use of Cloudera software by a customer, for example.B. DIE ASL or AGPL. On the other hand, a “subscription” refers to the conditions of access to this software and the support, advice and training services they can accompany.
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