Licensing Policy

All of the EvoBackup® software products (“Software”) are licensed to end-users by Acronis International GmbH (“Acronis”).
The standard licensing policy is based on the number of machines, either physical, virtual running on an End User’s premises or in anyone’s cloud, which our Software is used for. A “Machine” means a single operating environment. For instance, a Windows or Linux operating system is considered a single “machine,” even if multiple operating systems are installed on a single computer.

Evobackup Backup Cloud Licensing Policies
Definitions

“Application” means an individual instance of Microsoft SQL Server, an individual instance of Microsoft Exchange Server and/or individual instance of Microsoft Active Directory.

“Evobackup Backup Cloud” means Evobackup Backup Cloud software and services

“Cloud Backup” means Storage that is managed by Evobackup on Service Provider’s behalf

“Cloud Server Backup” means Servers on Service Provider’s network that may be backed up on Cloud Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Cloud VM Backup” means Virtual Machines on Service Provider’s network that may be backed up on Cloud Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Cloud Workstation Backup” means Workstations on Service Provider’s network that may be backed up on Cloud Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Cloud Mobile Device Backup” means Mobile Device that may be backed up on Cloud Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud.

“Contract Documents” means the Pricing and Order Form, Order Confirmation, Invoice and/or other purchasing documentation issued by Evobackup to Service Provider in connection with the purchase of the Evobackup Backup Cloud license and any subsequent amendment or modification of the terms therein (agreed by Evobackup and Service Provider), as applicable.

“Device” means an individual Workstation, Virtual Machine, Mobile Device and/or Server

“End User” means the ultimate entity or individual using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Hypervisor Host Server” means a computer that can run multiple operating systems on a single machine

“Local Backup” means Storage that is owned and/or managed by the End User

“Local Server Backup” means Servers on Service Provider’s network that may be enabled to allow Local Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Local VM Backup” means Virtual Machines on Service Provider’s network that may be enabled to allow Local Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud
“Local Workstation Backup” means Workstations on Service Provider’s network that may be enabled to allow Local Backup using the Evobackup Backup Cloud

“Management Portal” means Evobackup’s management console platform that allows Service Provider the ability to manage its customers, resellers and End Users’s use of the Evobackup Backup Cloud.

“Maximum Allotment” means the maximum number of Workstations, Virtual Machines and Servers that will be enabled for Local Backup. The Maximum Allotment is determined by the number of gigabytes of Cloud Workstation Backup, Cloud VM Backup, and/or Cloud Server Backup, respectively, purchased. The

Maximum Allotment for the Evobackup Backup Cloud is set forth below:
• For each Local Workstation Backup enabled Workstation, Service Provider must pay for at least twenty (20) gigabytes of oud Workstation Backup.
• For each Local VM Backup enabled Virtual Machine, Service Provider must pay for at least thirty (30) gigabytes of Cloud VM Backup.
• For each Local Server Backup enabled Server, Service Provider must pay for at least one hundred fifty (150) gigabytes of Cloud Server Backup.

“Server” means a Device that provides data to other computers.

“Service Provider” means an entity using the Management Portal to authorize its customers the right to either use the Management Portal to create their own sub-user accounts for their reseller customers, if any, and/or an entity that markets and delivers the Evobackup Backup Cloud to the End User.

“SP Cloud Backup” means Storage that is owned and/or managed by the Service Provider.

“Storage” means the archiving of data for use by a computer including but not limited to Workstation, Virtual Machine and/or Server.

“Virtual Machine” means a software computer that, like a physical computer, runs an operating system and applications. The Virtual Machine is comprised of a set of specification and configuration files and is backed by the physical resources of a host.

“Workstation” means a personal computer or desktop computer terminal.

“Mobile Device” is a personal handheld tablet or phone, or, at Evobackup sole discretion, – other device that is made for portability, and is therefore both compact and lightweight.
Evobackup Backup Cloud – Hosted

Evobackup Backup Cloud consists of three components; the Management Portal and Storage and an agent on the end point device. With the Evobackup Backup Cloud Hosted model, Evobackup hosts and manages both the Management Portal and Storage. Evobackup provides the Evobackup Backup Cloud to Service Providers on a “pay for usage” or “pay for device” basis. A subscription license to the Evobackup Backup Cloud is granted, not a perpetual license.

• Pay per UsageService Provider is limited in the number of Cloud Server Backups, Cloud Virtual Machine Backups, Cloud Workstation Backups, and/or Cloud Mobile Device Backups based on the Contract Documents.
Service Provider is limited in the number of Local Server Backups, Local Virtual Machine Backups, and Local Workstation Backups by the Maximum Allotment.
• Pay per DeviceThe number of Devices that may be registered within the Management Portal is limited by the number of Devices that Service Provider pays for in accordance with the Contract Documents.
There is a maximum amount of Cloud Backup allowed for each Device. Unless specified otherwise in the Contract Documents, the limits are as follows:
• A Workstation is allowed up to 20 GB of Cloud Backup
• A Virtual Machine is allowed up to 30 GB of Cloud Backup. Regardless of the 30 GB of Cloud Backup authorized per Virtual Machine, each Application backed up on a Virtual Machine shall be counted and billed as a unique Server which requires its own device license, and has its own backup limits under the next bullet.
• A Server is allowed up to 150 GB of Cloud Backup. Regardless of the 150 GB of Cloud Backup authorized per Server, each Application backed up on a Server shall be counted and billed as a unique Server.

Evobackup Backup Service Licensing Policy

Definitions

“Application” means an individual instance of Microsoft SQL Server, an individual instance of Microsoft Exchange Server and/or individual instance of Microsoft Active Directory.

“Cloud Storage” means Storage that is managed by Evobackup.

“Device” means an individual Workstation, Virtual Machine and/or Server.

“End User” means the ultimate entity or individual using the Evobackup Backup Service software and services.

“Local Storage” means Storage that is owned and/or managed by the End User.

“Management Portal” means Evobackup’s management console platform that allows End Users’ use of the Evobackup Backup Service software and services.

“Server” means a Device that provides data to other computers.

“Storage” means the archiving of data for use by a computer including but not limited to Workstation, Virtual Machine and/or Server.

“Virtual Machine” means a software computer that, like a physical computer, runs an operating system and applications. The Virtual Machine is comprised of a set of specification and configuration files and is backed by the physical resources of a host.

“Workstation” means a personal computer or desktop computer terminal.

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