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For subscriptions based on the maximum daily indexing volume, Customer may periodically exceed Customer`s daily volume in accordance with Splunk`s data collection and daily license usage policies set forth in docs.splunk.com/Documentation/SplunkCloud/latest/User/DataPolicies#Data_ingestion_and_daily_license_usage. “Splunkbase” means Splunk`s directory or online platform for extensions currently located under splunkbase.splunk.com and all successors, replacements, new versions, derivatives, updates and upgrades, and any other similar platform owned and/or controlled by Splunk. “Affiliates” means a company, partnership or other legal entity that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that party, but only for as long as such control exists. For the purposes of this definition, “control” means the direct or indirect ownership of more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting rights in that entity (or, in the case of an unincorporated entity, equivalent rights). In November 2018, Splunk signed a sponsorship deal with professional road cycling team Trek-Segafredo. The partnership began in 2019 when Splunk replaced CA Industries as the company`s technology partner.  Splunk provides data analytics for the company, including pilot, trainer and mechanic analysis.  Team jerseys, motorcycles and cars are branded Splunk.  Splunk also participates in Trek`s Race Hospitality program.  “Offerings” means the products, services, and other offerings that Splunk generally makes available, including, but not limited to, on-premises products, hosted services, support programs, content subscriptions, and configuration and implementation services. “Splunk Developer Tool” means the standard interface for application programming, configurations, SDKs, libraries, CLI tools, other tools (including scaffolding and data generation tools), plug-ins or extensions for integrated development environments, code samples, tutorials, reference manuals, and other related documents identified and provided by Splunk.
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