Version definition

Version means a release of software that contains new features, enhancements, and/or maintenance updates, or for certain software, a collection of revisions packaged into a single entity and, as such, made available to our customers.  Relocation and impact on Support. Relocation of any products under support is your responsibility and is subject to local availability and fee changes. Reasonable advance notice to HPE may be required to begin support after relocation. For products, any relocation is also subject to the license terms for such products.  Multi-vendor Support. HPE provides support for certain non-HPE branded products. The relevant data sheet will specify availability and coverage levels and the support will be provided accordingly, whether or not the non-HPE branded products are under warranty. HPE may discontinue support of non-HPE branded products if the manufacturer or licensor ceases to provide support for them.
Version of a variant means vehicles, which consist of a combination of items shown in the information package subject to the requirements in Annex VIII.
Version a version of the Celonis Software that is designated by Us as such in accordance with Our then-current naming convention (e.g. Version 3 -> Version 4).

Examples of Version in a sentence

  • LEA: Enumclaw School District By: Date: Printed Name: Xxxx Xxxxxx Title/Position: Deputy Superintendent Provider: LSD Software By: Date: 5/9/24 Printed Name:_Hai Xxxx Title/Position:_CEO 1190353v1 EXHIBIT “H” – Additional Terms or Modifications Version 1.0 XXX and Provider agree to the following additional terms and modifications: This is a free text field that the parties can use to add or modify terms in or to the DPA.

  • This Agreement incorporates by reference the Exponent Partners Professional Services Agreement Version: 01795, attached hereto as Exhibit B.

  • Subject to the Cost Principles set forth in the Texas Grant Management Standards Version 1.1, the basis for computing reimbursable costs under this Contract shall be for actual costs incurred by TFC and developed from estimates received from third-party contractors.

  • Comply with the relevant requirements of the RTO Records Management, Privacy and Version Control procedures.


More Definitions of Version

Version of a variant means vehicles, which consist of a combination of items shown in the information package.
Version means a release of Software that contains new features, enhancements, and/or maintenance updates, or for certain Software, a collection of revisions packaged into a single entity and, as such, made available by us to Customers (also called a “Release”).
Version means the Licensed Product identified by any single version number. Each Update and Upgrade causes a change in version. * Patches do not require corresponding changes to client applications developed, implemented, and maintained by each registrar. * Updates may require changes to client applications by each registrar in order to take advantage of the new features and/or capabilities and continue to have access to the Shared Registration System. * Upgrades require changes to client applications by each registrar in order to take advantage of the new features and/or capabilities and continue to have access to the Shared Registration System. Registry Operator, in its sole discretion, will deploy Patches during scheduled and announced Shared Registration System maintenance periods. For Updates and Upgrades, Registry Operator will give each registrar notice prior to deploying the Updates and Upgrades into the production environment. The notice shall be at least ninety (90) days. Such notice will include an initial notice before deploying the Update that requires changes to client applications or the Upgrade into the Operational Test and Evaluation ("OT&E") environment to which all registrars have access. Registry Operator will maintain the Update or Upgrade in the OT&E environment for at least thirty (30) days, to allow each registrar the opportunity to modify its client applications and complete testing, before implementing the new code in the production environment. This notice period shall not apply in the event Registry Operator's system is subject to the imminent threat of a failure or a material security threat, the discovery of a major security vulnerability, or a Denial of Service (DoS) attack where the Registry Operator's systems are rendered inaccessible by being subject to:
Version means a release of software that contains new features, enhancements, and/or maintenance updates, or for certain software, a collection of revisions packaged into a single entity and, as such, made available to our customers.  Relocation and impact on Support. Relocation of any products under support is your responsibility and is subject to local availability and fee changes. Reasonable advance notice to HP may be required to begin support after relocation. For products, any relocation is also subject to the license terms for such products.  Multi-vendor Support. HP provides support for certain non-HP branded products. The relevant data sheet will specify availability and coverage levels and the support will be provided accordingly, whether or not the non-HP branded products are under warranty. HP may discontinue support of non-HP branded products if the manufacturer or licensor ceases to provide support for them.
Version of a variant means tractors which consist of a combination of items shown in the information package in accordance with Annex I.
Version. Any edition, modification, or re-issue of the database or part of the database which is designated by LDC as a new Version.
Version means a vehicle of the same typeand variant but which may incorporate any of the equipment, components or systems listed in the information document in Annex II provided that there is only: