The Programs listed below are licensed under the following terms and conditions in addition to those of the International Program License Agreement Z125-3301-14.
Program Name: IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Patient Hub - Advanced Edition V10.0
Program Number: 5725-E59
Program Name: IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Provider Hub - Advanced Edition V10.0
Program Number: 5725-E59
The Program is licensed as a multi-product package and includes the Supporting Programs identified below. Licensee is authorized to install and use such Supporting Programs only to support Licensee's use of the Principal Program under this Agreement and within the limits of the Proofs of Entitlement for the Program (unless broader rights are provided elsewhere in this License Information document). The phrase "to support Licensee's use" would include only those uses that are necessary or otherwise directly related to a licensed use of the Principal Program or another Supporting Program. The Supporting Programs may not be used for any other purpose. Licensee is not authorized to transfer or remarket the Supporting Programs separate from the Principal Program. A Supporting Program may be accompanied by license terms, and those terms, if any, apply to Licensee's use of that Supporting Program. In the event of conflict, the terms in this License Information document supersede the Supporting Program's terms. When Licensee's right to use the Program expires or terminates, Licensee must discontinue use, destroy or promptly return all copies of the Supporting Programs to the party from whom Licensee acquired the Program. If Licensee downloaded the Supporting Programs, Licensee should contact the party from whom Licensee acquired the Program. If Licensee wishes to license the Supporting Programs for any use beyond the limits set forth above, please contact an IBM Sales Representative or the party from whom Licensee acquired the Program to obtain the appropriate license.
The following are Supporting Programs licensed with the Program:
IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Application Toolkit V10.0
IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V9.7
IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7.0
IBM WebSphere MQ V7.0.1
IBM WebSphere Portal Server 7.0
IBM Content Integrator 8.6
IBM Tivoli Directory Server V6.3
IBM Rational Software Architect for WebSphere Software V8.0.3
IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1 Components
IBM InfoSphere Blueprint Director V2.0.1
IBM Process Server Express V7.5
IBM Process Center Express V7.5
IBM Process Designer V7.5
Notwithstanding any provision in the Agreement, Licensee is not authorized to use any of the following components or functions of the Program:
Storage Optimization Feature (of IBM DB2)
Geodetic Data Management Feature (of IBM DB2)
Homogeneous Replication Feature (of IBM DB2)
Advanced Access Control Feature (of IBM DB2)
Performance Optimization Feature (of IBM DB2)
IBM Tivoli Directory Server Proxy server (of IBM Tivoli Directory Server)
Whitepages Application (of IBM Tivoli Directory Server)
Licensee may not use or authorize others to use the Program or any part of the Program, alone or in combination with other products, in support of any of the following High Risk Activities: design, construction, control, or maintenance of nuclear facilities, mass transit systems, air traffic control systems, weapons systems, or aircraft navigation or communications, or any other activity where program failure could give rise to a material threat of death or serious personal injury.
Export and Import Restrictions
This Program may contain cryptography. Transfer to, or use by, users of the Program may be prohibited or subject to export or import laws, regulations or policies, including those of the United States Export Administration Regulations. Licensee assumes all responsibility for complying with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies regarding the export, import, or use of this Program, including but not limited to, U.S. restrictions on exports or reexports. To obtain the export classification of this Program refer to: https://www.ibm.com/products/exporting/.
Resource Value Unit (RVU)
Resource Value Unit (RVU) is a unit of measure by which the Program can be licensed. RVU Proofs of Entitlement are based on the number of units of a specific resource used or managed by the Program. Licensee must obtain sufficient entitlements for the number of RVUs required for Licensee's environment for the specific resources as specified in the table below. RVU entitlements are specific to the Program and the type of resource and may not be exchanged, interchanged, or aggregated with RVU entitlements of another program or resource.
Instead of the entitlements required for the Resources used by the Program directly, Licensee must obtain entitlements for this Program sufficient to cover the Resources managed by the Program.
General Charge Terms
General Charge Terms
The number of RVUs required for the Program is determined, in accordance with the table below, by: (1) the categories of Resources managed by the Program ("Hubs"); and (2) the number of Resources managed by the Program within each Hub. Licensee may only use the Hub(s) for which Licensee has sufficient RVU entitlements.
In the table below, the referenced Hubs have the following meanings:
- "Patient" means a natural person who receives or requires reimbursement for health care services. Examples include, but are not limited to, an inpatient admitted to a hospital, an outpatient receiving care from a nurse and a natural person visiting a physician for care.
- "Provider" means a natural person or organization that provides healthcare services to individuals, families or communities. Examples include, but are not limited to, healthcare professionals, doctor's offices, clinics, hospitals and independent labs.
"Resources" for the purpose of RVU calculation in the table below are data records. A "data record" is a database row, or linked set of database rows, referring to a single Patient or Provider. The number of Resources managed by the Program for each Hub is determined:
- in the case of the InfoSphere Master Data Management Server component, by counting the number of data records in the table named for the applicable Hub (in the case of the Patient Hub, the "Person" table; and in the case of Provider Hub, the "Organization" table and "Person" table as appropriate);
- in the case of the Initiate Master Data Service component, by counting the number of data records with unique "entrecno" identifiers in the primary "mpi_entlink" prefixed table created to store entity information for the applicable Hub;
The RVU requirements in the table below are subject to the following additional rules:
- In the case of the InfoSphere Master Data Management Server component, data records that have been designated "inactivated" by the Program in its normal operation using the Suspect Duplicate Processing function are not counted towards the total number of data records for the applicable Hub.
- Data records sharing a common Cross-Referencing Primary Identifier are counted only once in determining the total number of data records for the applicable Hub. "Cross Referencing Primary Identifier" means a source system primary unique identifier or a unique record identifier generated by the Program for the purpose of identifying a common record within the Program.
- Duplicate instances of already-counted data records replicated as a result of the use of the Program in a high availability configuration are not counted in determining the total number of data records for that Hub.
In addition, provided that Licensee has obtained license entitlements to the Program:
- In the case of the InfoSphere Master Data Management Server component, Licensee may use the data tables associated with Hubs for which Licensee is not licensed for the purpose of Cross-Referencing of information. "Cross Referencing" means using a data table solely for the purpose of holding a key value to another system where the data resides. This does not allow Licensee to use attributes in these data tables other than those used for Cross-Referencing.
- Licensee may, without further RVU license entitlements, use the Program in a non-production environment solely for development, testing and quality assurance.
From 1 to 1,000,000 Resources: 0.005 RVUs per Resource
From 1,000,001 to 20,000,000 Resources: 5,000 RVUs plus 0.00029 RVUs per Resource above 1,000,000
From 20,000,001 to 80,000,000 Resources: 10,510 RVUs plus 0.00014 RVUs per Resource above 20,000,000
For more than 80,000,000 Resources: 18,910 RVUs plus 0.00005 RVUs per Resource above 80,000,000
From 1 to 100,000 Resources: 0.016 RVUs per Resource
From 100,001 to 400,000 Resources: 1,600 RVUs plus 0.004 RVUs per Resource above 100,000
From 400,001 to 1,000,000 Resources: 2,800 RVUs plus 0.0025 RVUs per Resource above 400,000
From 1,000,001 to 5,000,000 Resources: 4,300 RVUs plus 0.001 RVUs per Resource above 1,000,000
For more than 5,000,000 Resources: 8,300 RVUs plus 0.0004 RVUs per Resource above 5,000,000
Supporting Program Details
- Use Limitations: Use by Principal Program
IBM Rational Software Architect for WebSphere Software
- Use Metric: Authorized User
- Entitlement: 1
IBM Process Server Express
- Use Metric: PVU
- Entitlement: 240
IBM Process Center Express
- Use Metric: PVU
- Entitlement: 120
IBM Process Designer
- Use Metric: Authorized User
- Entitlement: 2
Authorized User is a unit of measure by which the Supporting Program can be licensed. An Authorized User is a unique person who is given access to the Supporting Program. The Supporting Program may be installed on any number of computers or servers and each Authorized User may have simultaneous access to any number of instances of the Supporting Program at one time. Licensee must obtain separate, dedicated entitlements for each Authorized User accessing the Supporting Program in any manner directly or indirectly (for example: via a multiplexing program, device, or application server) through any means. An entitlement for an Authorized User is unique to that Authorized User and may not be shared, nor may it be reassigned other than for the permanent transfer of the Authorized User entitlement to another person.
Processor Value Unit (PVU) is a unit of measure by which the Supporting Program can be licensed. The number of PVU entitlements required is based on the processor technology (defined within the PVU Table by Processor Vendor, Brand, Type and Model Number at (http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/passportadvantage/pvu_licensing_for_customers.html) and the number of processors made available to the Supporting Program. IBM continues to define a processor, for the purpose of PVU-based licensing, to be each processor core on a chip. A dual-core processor chip, for example, has two processor cores.
The Licensee can deploy the Supporting Program using either Full Capacity licensing or Virtualization Capacity (Sub-Capacity) licensing according to the Passport Advantage Sub-Capacity Licensing Terms (see webpage below). If using Full Capacity licensing, the Licensee must obtain PVU entitlements sufficient to cover all activated processor cores* in the physical hardware environment made available to or managed by the Supporting Program, except for those servers from which the Supporting Program has been permanently removed. If using Virtualization Capacity licensing, the Licensee must obtain entitlements sufficient to cover all activated processor cores made available to or managed by the Supporting Program, as defined according to the Virtualization Capacity License Counting Rules at http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/passportadvantage/Counting_Software_licenses_using_specific_virtualization_technologies.html.
* An Activated processor core is a processor core that is available for use in a physical or virtual server, regardless of whether the capacity of the processor core can be or is limited through virtualization technologies, operating system commands, BIOS settings, or similar restrictions.
"Use by Principal Program" means that neither Licensee nor any application, program, or device external to the Principal Program is authorized to directly use or access the services of the Supporting Program in any way. The Supporting Program is provided exclusively for use by the Principal Program. Licensee may access the Supporting Program only to perform administrative functions, such as backup, recovery, and authorized configuration but may not directly use the Supporting Program for any productive use.
IBM Content Integrator
Licensee may only use IBM Content Integrator to connect the Program to one or more of the following repositories: IBM Content Manager or IBM FileNet Content Manager; and with only one of the following repositories: EMC Documentum Content Server, Microsoft SharePoint, or OpenText Livelink.