The following terms apply based on the product(s) purchased.

  1. DataStax Enterprise. DataStax Enterprise (“DSE”) includes OpsCenter, production-certified Apache Cassandra, DSE Security, DSE Automatic Management Services, Installers, Tools, ODBC Driver, Analytics, Search, In Memory, and Graph. If Customer has purchased a DSE Subscription then Customer may use DataStax Enterprise to store the metrics from the performance monitoring tools included with DataStax Enterprise in a separate, dedicated storage Cluster without payment of any additional fee, but only if the storage Cluster is used solely for storing those metrics. Use of the storage Cluster for any other purpose requires a separate license. Mixing different Subscriptions within a Datacenter is not permitted. Each Node counts as 16 Cores and may run on a maximum of 16 physical Cores. For DataStax Enterprise version 6.0 or higher, Customer is authorized to use tpc_cores:16 to comply with the above limitation. This limit does not apply to any data stored in the DataStax Enterprise File System (DSEFS). “Cluster” means a collection of Nodes running the Software which communicate with one another via Gossip, and “Gossip” means the mechanism within the Software enabling related Nodes to communicate with one another. A “Datacenter” is a logical grouping of Nodes within a Cluster that perform a specific workload (i.e. graph, search, analytics etc.).
  2. DSE Analytics Solo. If Customer has purchased a DSE Analytics Solo Subscription, then Customer may use the DSE Analytics components of the Software solely for the purpose of processing analytics workloads. Customer may not store any database data or search data in a Node running DSE Analytics Solo. DSE Analytics Solo Nodes must be located in a separate Datacenter and all Nodes in the Datacenter must be licensed as DSE Analytics Solo. Mixing different Subscriptions in a Datacenter is not permitted. In addition, DSE Analytics Solo may only be used in conjunction with DataStax Enterprise. A “Datacenter” is a logical grouping of Nodes within a Cluster that perform a specific workload (i.e. graph, search, analytics etc.). Each Node counts as 16 Cores and may run on a maximum of 16 physical Cores.