13.11 The U.S. government`s rights to the software. InfluxData provides software and related services for final use by the federal government only in accordance with the following information: The government`s technical data and software rights in relation to the services only include the rights usually made available to the public within the meaning of this Agreement. This standard commercial license is provided in accordance with FAR 12.211 (Technical Data) and FAR 12.212 (Software) and, for Ministry of Defence transactions, DFAR 252.227-7015 (Technical Data – Commercial Objects) and DFAR 227.7202-3 (rights to commercial computer software or computer software). If a government authority needs rights that are not negotiated under these conditions, it must negotiate with InfluxData to determine whether there are acceptable conditions for the transfer of such rights and a written supplement acceptable to both parties, which specifically transmits those rights, must be included in any applicable contract or contract that prevents TECHNOLOGICAL MESURES IN WHAT SOFTWARE, THAT ARE DESIGNED FOR A UTILISATION. You may only be able to exercise your rights to the software under THE EUSLSA for the period of fifteen (15) days after the software was first installed or run if you activate your copy of the software in the manner described during the installation sequence. The activation does not collect personal data, but it does collect the serial number of the software and the credentials of the software and/or computer hardware on which the software is installed. If you do not use a copy of the licensed software, you are not allowed to install and/or run the software or future software updates. 2.3 Reservations.
All rights to The Software, Documentation and Intellectual Property Rights of InfluxData that are not expressly granted to the client are reserved for InfluxData. The client is not authorized to provide software or documentation to third parties in the context of rental, leasing, time-sharing, ASP, SaaS or service offices. Unless otherwise stated in the market, the customer may only use the software and documentation for internal business purposes. In addition, the client can reproduce the software, but only to the extent necessary for non-production, backup or bona fide archiving tests. All software provided under this Agreement is licensed and not sold. 12.13 Third-party code. The software may contain or be delivered with components that are subject to the terms of open source software licenses from third parties (“Open Source Software”). Open source software can be identified in the documentation or NT will make available to the client, upon written request, a list of open source software for a specific version of the software. To the extent that the license attached to the open source software requires the terms of this license, the terms and conditions of this contract apply in place of this open source software, including, but not only, all provisions relating to access to source code, modification or reverse engineering. The customer agrees to have read and understood the disclosures of open source software by third parties in the “Terms and Conditions” segment of the cfengine website at: cfengine.com/terms.
4.1 Payment of fees. The customer pays InfluxData the license fee for the software and the subscription to the support program (cumulative “subscription fee”), by cheque, EFT or , as indicated or required in the corresponding sales statement.