Otter License Agreement
Following is our standard “clickthrough” license agreement. This is presented before installing Otter. If you would prefer additional terms or an otherwise customized license agreement, we are amicable to negotiation for sales of 50 or more licenses.
This is a legally binding agreement and, like all contracts, you should read it carefully. Fortunately, we chose to use 300 words of plain English instead of legalese for this agreement, so hopefully it won’t be too painful for you.
If you install or otherwise use Otter, then you agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement. If you don’t like the terms – or do not have the authority to accept the terms – then don’t install or use Otter.
- Otter is protected by all applicable local and international copyright laws.
- Otter is licensed, not sold, and this license agreement grants you limited rights to use Otter. You may not redistribute, sublicense, or transfer this license or rights.
- A valid license key from Inedo is required to use Otter. You may not circumvent this requirement, nor any of the restrictions imposed by the license key, such as time limitations, feature limitations, etc.
- The installer will automatically request a license key for you during installation.
a. A “Otter (Free)” key grants you a limited license that does not expire.
b. A “Otter Enterprise Edition Trial” key grants you a limited license for 30 days that may only be used for trial or evaluation purposes.
- You may only use your license key for a single installation of Otter. However, you are also permitted to use your license key for an additional “non-production” installation of Otter (e.g., to test version upgrades, extensions, deployment plans), provided that the servers for both installations are covered by the license key.
- Otter is provided “as is” with no warranties. You assume all risk when installing or using Otter.
- You will not hold us liable for any damages that arise from installation or use of Otter.
- This agreement is governed by the laws of the State of Ohio. The state and federal courts located in Cuyahoga County will have sole jurisdiction any such dispute and you agree to irrevocably submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts.