Administrator is the primary user in EMS and manages namespaces, users, and roles. The administrator can also grant administrative rights to any user.
The set of authorized features per user.
Refers to the address registered on your credit card. In simple words, it is the address where you receive the statements for your credit card. For your order to be approved when shopping online, the billing address provided by you has to match this address.
Maximum duration (in minutes) for which a licenses can be cached locally in the case of on-premise feature level caching mode.
Indicator of load on a feature during a login session. The load can have different meanings in different environments. It could be number of users consuming the application at a given time or the number of cores.
A license attribute that is used to enable processing of capacity values recorded by an application for postpaid features. You must set Capacity Attribute in EMS if you want to be notified when your customers approach or reach a specified limit.
The individual who is the single point of contact for an entitlement. This contact may be pre-existing, and be associated at time of entitlement creation; or a new contact may be created along with the entitlement. A contact may or may not belong to a customer.
Represents the organization/end user that owns an entitlement or needs license to run the protected application(s).
The unique identification code of the customer. It is same in both EMS and ISV application.
Process of converting raw usage data into processed data that can be used for billing and metering.
Specifies if the entitlement is created to license the applications deployed on-premise or on cloud.
Maximum number of hours for which a license can be detached for use in offline mode.
The end user is the customer for ISV who can be an individual user or corporate user of the product an ISV is selling in the market.
It is the right granted by law or contract to use a particular software (or a group of software packages) within its set limits.
A feature is a functionality of any product an ISV wants to sell.
A collection of features, which has properties for the application or module to identify the features that are supposed to be licensed.
A unique digit assigned to every feature. It is used by a product (or, an ISV application) to enforce authorization at the feature level.
A unique user-friendly name of the feature specifying its functionality or other useful information.
An on-premise machine that is never connected to the Internet.
A file or string generated by a vendor from a package that describes under what conditions the vendor's software can run. Licenses are delivered to an end user's client machine or installed on a license server.
A logical collection of attributes that define a template for selling a feature of a product in a particular manner.
Allows product usage to a specific retail user or assigned users in an enterprise.
A container for products and features in EMS.
A deployment type where the protected application is hosted within the premises of an enterprise customer.
The cumulative value of capacity. It indicates the cumulative load across a number of simultaneous sessions that are in use by a customer.
The entity which an ISV wants to sell to an end user. A product may have multiple features in it.
A regular expression can be specified for an attribute in a template to define some restrictions for the value of the attribute.
Example of a Regular expression is
A report is an organized presentation of data. It serves as the front-end to the information stored in a database. EMS supports generation of customer entitlement reports, audit log reports, and
most popular product sold reports.
Role acts as a container for a set of permissions like view, edit, add and delete on different activities a user can perform. A role can be associated with a user.
A mutual agreement between a service provider and a customer. This agreement defines various attributes of products being offered, such as level of quality, performance, availability, etc.
Refers to the address where you want to receive your orders. It could be your home or office.
It specifies the maximum number of on-premise machines to which an entitlement can be served. You need to specify Station Count for on-premise entitlements that are created for entitlement level caching mode.
Allows product usage to any user in the enterprise group.
An attribute in license model that can be optionally set by the vendor at the time of license creation. The vendor can query its value in the protected application to define application logic.