Amazon Web Services Enterprise Agreement

The terms of use below govern your use of the Services. The wholesale terms that are used in these terms of service, but are not defined below, are defined in the AWS customer agreement or any other agreement with us regarding your use of the Services (the “Convention”). For the purposes of these terms of service, “Your Content” includes all “company content” and all “customer content” and “AWS” “Amazon Properties.” d) Lumberyard Git Repository. We can provide some lumberyard materials on the Lumberyard Git Repository. You can reproduce and distribute to other AWS customers your modified version (s) of this Lumberyard material, subject to all the guidelines we set for the Lumberyard Git repository. Your LM Fork must comply with the agreement (including these conditions); For example, It may not be possible for Lumberyard projects to use alternative web services or read or write data in or from alternate web services. You must indicate that the LM Fork is subject to these conditions (z.B. a copy of the license file.txt of Lumberyard`s root materials directory). If you call an LM Fork in the Lumberyard Git data repository, you need to make sure that every Lumberyard project you create meets these requirements.

If your LM Fork violates the agreement, it violates our copyright in Lumberyard materials, and we can remove them from the Lumberyard Git Depot and take other actions, including terminating your license for Lumberyard hardware. “Alternate Web Service” refers to all web services that are not used by AWS as a web service and that can replace the services listed here. AWS has an essential set of secure services, but it is up to each user to implement the appropriate security checks and comply with current academic guidelines, in particular the University Data Protection Directives and the UC Electronic Communications Directive. When AWS came on the market in 2006, it changed virtually everything to the way companies used infrastructure, including the sourcing aspect. After buying infrastructure from their former IT providers for decades, companies were used to complex and iterative intensive contract negotiations. AWS has tried to change that by bringing transparency and simplicity into the buying process with clear and easy-to-understand prices. 53.6. Amazon Chime, including Voice Connector and business call functions, is not a traditional phone service or a replacement for conventional phone services. Amazon Chime does not provide emergency calls to emergency services personnel or public safety responses (“emergency services”) such as 911, may not know the physical location of end-users, and cannot be used for calls if the end user experiences a power outage, cannot access the Internet, or if their device has no electricity.