Hosting. 220.127.116.11 At CLEC’s request, SBC-SWBT and SBC-AMERITECH shall perform hosting responsibilities for the provision of billable message data and/or access usage data received from CLEC for distribution to the appropriate billing and/or processing location or for delivery to CLEC of such data via SBC-SWBT’s and SBC-AMERITECH’s internal network or the nationwide CMDS network pursuant to the applicable Appendix HOST, which is/are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
Hosting. Using a hosting service does not relieve Licensee of any of its obligations under this Agreement, unless specifically agreed to in writing by Drake. Installing, uploading or otherwise using the Software to a server with remote access, including the Internet, will require a separate license for each Site accessing the Software. Drake reserves the right to audit and approve any third-party hosting service for compliance with this Agreement.
Hosting. Oracle may host and operate all Developed Property created or otherwise published by Developer on Service, including without limitation, by installing such Developed Property into a Oracle account as permitted by Developer and for the purpose of providing support or to maintain the proper functionality of the Service. Any terms or conditions set forth in such Developed Property will not be applicable to Oracle if Oracle is exercising its rights set forth in this Section 4(a).
Hosting. Bank, through its third party service provider (“Web Host”), will host, for the benefit of Customer, a unique uniform resource locator (URL) on the internet (the “Web Portal”) for Customer’s EBPP Portal. This EBPP Portal may be made available by Customer to its Payers either through a secure portion of Customer’s website or accessed through a direct URL. Customer’s WEB Portal will be hosted on one or more of Web Host’s servers or on a server outsourced by Web Host, which servers are shared between many customers. The WEB Portal will allow storage of information received by or provided to Customer on the Web Host’s server(s). Customer shall be solely responsible, at its own expense, for acquiring, installing and maintaining all connectivity equipment, hardware, software and other equipment as may be necessary for it to connect to, access and use the WEB Portal.
Hosting. Subject to the terms of this agreement, we or our contractor will host the Software and make it available for access at the Software Web Address, as applicable. We will use our best efforts to provide you with access to the Software with a service availability of 95% uptime. -You should be aware and agree that access to and use of the Software may be temporarily suspended for scheduled or urgent server maintenance work. We will endeavour to give you at least 2 days’ notice for any scheduled maintenance sessions and where practicable notify you in relation to any urgent maintenance services. We will use reasonable endeavours to conduct the maintenance services outside Business Hours.
Hosting. The Service Provider provides hosting for the Solution, Application Service and Data on a dedicated and secure server located in France provided by a partner of the Service Provider. The Data are hosted by the Provider up to a maximum volume of ten (10) GB and are partitioned from other customer data hosted by the Provider. Two (2) virtual centralized processing units (vCPUs) will be allocated. The allocated random access memory (RAM) will be of four (4) Go, eight (8) or twelve
Hosting. Customer agrees and understands that APTO has entered into arrangements with one or more third parties for the hosting of APTO’s applications and platform, whereby any such third party will perform the hosting obligations, provided that APTO shall ensure that any such third party shall be contractually bound to provide substantially the same level of protection with respect to Customer Data as is provided by the terms of this Agreement (our “Third-Party Hosting Provider”). Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Third-Party Hosting Provider’s service levels, use policies and terms of service will apply to Customer and that Customer is bound by such terms of service and use policies (the “Third-Party Hosting Terms of Service”). Our current Third-Party Hosting Provider is identified in Exhibit A. The Third-Party Hosting Terms of Service applicable to Customer are also hereby attached as Exhibit A.
Hosting. Except as specifically provided in Section 2.1 above, the CBOT shall not use the Licensed Technology, or any component thereof, to facilitate the trading of any derivative product, physical commodity or financial instrument listed by (a) any U.S. domiciled “organized exchange,” “board of trade” or “trading facility” (as each such term is defined in the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000) under the jurisdiction of the CFTC, other than the CBOT, or (b) any other third party exchange, board of trade, association, communication network, alternative trading system, trading facility or trading platform. For the avoidance of doubt, the foregoing limitation of the scope of the License shall not apply to Trading Applications.