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I don't think it's FOSS+support, more like a cloud database service offering. Time will tell I suppose as to which business model dominates. And one could make the argument the service is a form of support.





My own experience is the majority of people are using it on their own cloud instances, on prem, or embedded. It's not obvious the first-party aaS will catch on right now, just like the novel license. I don't mean any of this negatively, it's clearly a well run business by smart people that are experimenting with revenue models and trying to achieve the fair outcomes for customers and the business.



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