Yearly Subscriptions are designed to meet the needs of our enterprise customers with a large number of transactions or installations that makes the use of SaaS Rule Engine too expensive. By purchasing OpenRules yearly subscriptions you receive access to OpenRules Development and Run-Time licenses. These licenses allow you to execute your OpenRules-based decision services an unlimited number of times. Yearly subscriptions provide you with immediate access to quick fixes and all new releases.
1. Development Licenses
One development license provides you with one installation of OpenRules Decision Manager software and one run-time license for a period of 1 year:
|Included Items||Duration||Cost of 1 Subscription|
|Item 01. One installation of OpenRules® Decision Manager development software
Item 02. One run-time license
One development license covers one installation of OpenRules® Decision Manager software. You can create and execute multiple custom decision services using the same installation while relying on OpenRules Technical Support. This subscription also includes one run-time license described below. To use more than 1 decision service in your production environment you need to purchase additional run-time licenses.
2. Run-Time Licenses
One run-time license allows you to use one deployed copy of a decision service developed using OpenRules® Decision Manager for a period of 1 year. You need to have a run-time license for every decision service in your production environment whether this service is being used on-cloud or on-premise. The run-time licenses are priced based on the number of licenses you purchase at the same time:
|Number of Run-Time Licences||Cost per License for the period of 1 year|
|Above 100||Contact OpenRules to get a special price based on the actual number of required licenses|
For example, if your service is deployed as an AWS Lambda function, one license covers one running instance of this function. You need to have a separate run-time license for each instance running at the same time in parallel. For example, if your AWS concurrency limit is 3, you need to have 3 run-time licenses.
Subscription Term and Renewal. Customers must maintain active subscriptions for every development and run-time licenses. Each subscription begins 1 day after the payment received by OpenRules, Inc. and is subject to automatic renewal on a year-to-year basis. Either party may give notice of its intention not to renew at least 60 days before the end of the subscription. If neither party gives such notice, customers shall submit to OpenRules new purchase orders for renewal of their existing subscriptions. This process shall continue on a year-to-year basis until either party gives a notice at least 60 days before the anniversary date of any renewal.
Technical Support. OpenRules, Inc. accompanies all its products with free email-based technical support – send your questions and/or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Usually all requests are handled within 48 hours. You may also post your questions at the Google Discussion Group. Additionally, you may choose our Commercial Technical Support.
Benefits of Yearly Subscription. With a yearly subscription you may execute your OpenRules-based services an unlimited number of times within 1 year period. Contrary to the Pay-As-You-Go subscription, it doesn’t report every execution to the AWS metering service, and as a result, removes network overhead. Thus, it provides the best service performance.
Alternatively, you may send a purchase order to email@example.com in accordance with the above quote. Your purchase order should indicate:
- Subscription Type (Development or Run-Time)
- Required number of licenses
- Prices in accordance with the above costs.
We will send you an invoice with OpenRules bank requisites, and when we receive the payment we will provide you with your personalized download instructions and the proper licenses.
If you need a large (or unlimited) number of licenses, please send the proper request to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss a special corporate licensing agreement (SLA).
Questions? Please contact email@example.com or call us at (732) 993-3131 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm EST.