A variety of different license options are available, across each of our products. These range from simple subscription licenses, where the components are hosted, to bespoke license agreements for providers that need to whitelabel our technology and host all the components in their own environments. Certain TickStream deployments which include integration with third-party solutions (Microsoft, F5®, etc.) require corresponding licenses to those products. Below is an overview of the different licensing categories. All TickStream licenses include consent to the Intensity Analytics End-User License Agreement (EULA). Please contact us at to inquire about a specific agreement.
Single web application
License options
by number of users,
or by number of logins processed
Administrative dashboard
Content Delivery Network (CDN) option
Hosted Web Services,
dedicated or multitenant
(Microsoft Azure or AWS)
Multiple web applications, desktop products, Windows Credential Provider, Microsoft AD/FS and Office365, platform integrations (F5® APM/LTM, etc.)
Licensed by number of users
Subscription or contract-based
Administrative dashboard
Rules Configuration options
Web Services hosted, provided via installers, or as virtual machines
Core TickStream engine access, both desktop and web libraries
Licensed by application or market
Partner agreement required
Includes internal diagnostics and direct access to configuration options
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