to obtain at our expense a license for the continued use of the Products; or (c) terminate this Agreement and the sub-granted license, accept the return of the Products and refund a proportionate portion of the applicable tax paid for the portion of the Products that are the subject of the claim. For software under unlimited license, the reimbursement is based on a straight-line depreciation over a period of five (5) years, from the date of the first delivery of the products. For cloud services and licensed subscription software, the refund is made on the pre-paid and unen gagnéed fees, which cover the remainder of the lifetime (as defined in point 8.1 below). If you use this approach, Apigee login information is securely stored in a vault. this idiom is used repeatedly in integration. If stored in the private.apigeeClientId and private.apigeeClientSecret variables, the apigeeClientRequest object can be updated to include an authorization header containing this login information by using a basic authentication policy like this: Users in an organization create one or more API products, an API product being a set of API proxies in combination with a service plan. This service plan can set access restrictions to API proxies, provide security, enable monitoring and analysis, and provide additional functionality. 8.3 Immediately upon termination, the licenses and rights of use granted below shall cease and you must cease to use the Products. Within five (5) days of termination, you will uninstall the Software and all copies and (a) return the Software and all copies or (b) destroy the Software and all copies and confirm in writing that they have been destroyed. 1.4 Subject to your opt-out rights described in this section, the Software automatically provides us with information about the IT and network environment in which the Software is provided, as well as about data usage and system statistics of the provision. Cloud Services automatically collects information about the operation, organization, and usage of cloud services, possibly including user ID, password, IP address, and metadata described in the Cloud and Support Security Exhibit, but without customer data (as defined below).
This information is used to improve products and the customer experience, including by facilitating support services and usage suggestions. A more complete list of the information processed, the purposes for which it is processed and how it is maintained can be found in our Privacy Statement under www.informatica.com/privacy-policy.html. You can disable the collection of information by the software by following the instructions available during installation and in the documentation. The collection of information by cloud services, including all associated software, is necessary for the provision of cloud services and cannot be disabled. . . .