Third Party Notices and Licenses
The Sandbox includes code developed and licensed by third parties (“Separately Licensed Code”). Each of the components is licensed under the applicable third-party agreements, which may be open source license agreements, and is licensed separately from the Sandbox. Where the Separately Licensed Code contains dual or multiple licensing options, the most permissive license is elected.
Some Separately Licensed Code may software licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). To the extent required by the GPL or other licenses associated with the Separately Licensed Code under which you receive only binaries, Hortonworks will provide a copy of the Separately Licensed Code’s source code upon request and at a reasonable fee. All requests for source code should be made in a letter clearly identifying the components for which the source code is requested, typically sent within three (3) years from the date you received the covered binary, and mailed to “Hortonworks Inc., ATTN: Legal Dept., 5470 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054.” Your written request should include: (i) the name and version number of the covered binary, (ii) the version number of the Hortonworks product containing the covered binary, (iii) your name, (iv) your company or organization name (if applicable), (v) the license under which the source code must be provided, and (vi) your return mailing and email address (if available).
Separately Licensed Code:
OpenJDK : GPL v2 for almost all of the virtual machine, and GPL v2 + the Classpath exception for the class libraries and those parts of the virtual machine that expose public APIs.