RACKSPACE HOW-TO LICENSE

  • Last updated on: 2016-06-17
  • Authored by: Rackspace Support

Except where otherwise noted, the Rackspace How-To site and documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.

  • Attribution: Rackspace How-To documents are intended for use by Rackspace customers. Credit Rackspace for the documentation, and don’t distrubute old versions that might not reflect the latest changes.
  • Non-Commercial Use: Rackspace defines “commercial use” of the Rackspace How-To documentation as republication for profit. Using the documentation within a commercial enterprise, or using the guide to develop for-profit applications by using the Rackspace Cloud Servers API is allowed and encouraged.
  • No Derivative Works: Do not alter, edit, or modify this documentation. Rackspace tries to ensure that this documentation is kept up-to-date with the latest changes and best practices, so it is important that this documentation be maintained in a consistent state.

Your use of any API you download from the Rackspace website, as well as the code examples contained within the documentation, are governed by the license terms included with the code in the file named “README”, “COPYING” or “LICENSE” or like caption.

RACKSPACE HOW-TO DISCLAIMER

The Rackspace How-To articles are for informational purposes only and are provided “AS IS.” The information set forth in these articles is intended as a guide and not as a step-by-step process, and does not represent an assessment of any specific compliance with laws or regulations or constitute advice. We strongly recommend that you engage additional expertise in order to further evaluate applicable requirements for your specific environment.

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ALTHOUGH PART OF THE HOW TO DOCUMENTATION EXPLAINS HOW RACKSPACE SERVICES MAY WORK WITH THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS, THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE ARTICLES IS NOT DESIGNED TO WORK WITH ALL SCENARIOS. ANY USE OR CHANGES TO THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS AND/OR CONFIGURATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AT THE DISCRETION OF YOUR ADMINISTRATORS AND SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH THIRD PARTY. RACKSPACE DOES NOT PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS, OTHER THAN SPECIFIED IN YOUR HOSTING SERVICES AGREEMENT YOU HAVE WITH RACKSPACE AND RACKSPACE ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIRD-PARTY PRODUCTS.

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