1. Offerings; License Model. Flexera One – IT Visibility is available in the following offerings as set out below and subject to the corresponding license model.

    Offering

    License Model

    IT Visibility

    Licensed based on the total number of Clients and Servers

  2. Definitions.
    2.1. Device means any Client or Server, including both physical and virtual machines, for which any function is performed using a Flexera One offering, including but not limited to scanning, delivering, installing, updating, migrating, or repairing any computer program or data file; or scanning, monitoring, tracking, or reporting on the status or history of any software or hardware components or software licenses on or used by the Device, and:
    • A Server is any Device running a server-based operating system.
    • A Client is any Device other than a Server.
    A list of common examples of Devices can be found at flexera.com/legal/device-examples. The number of Devices required to be licensed by Customer is the highest number of Devices being managed by the Product at any single point in time. Example: if Licensee is licensed for 10,000 Servers and it removes 100 Servers from being managed by the Product, but later adds 100 Servers, it would not be required to license additional capacity; however, if Customer is licensed for 10,000 Servers and it adds 100 Servers to be managed by the Product, but later removes 100 Servers, it would be required to be licensed for 10,100 Servers.
  3. License Restriction. An Order may identify the license as a “Limited Use License”, which will further restrict the license to the specific use case identified in the Order.
  4. Internal Use. The license granted hereunder is for Customer’s (including Affiliates) internal use. Management of any third parties’ estate shall require a Service Provider license.
  5. SaaS. For the purpose of the Agreement, IT Visibility is SaaS.