I do get the direct commercial inference. What about the indirect ones? Just about anything in production is directed towards supporting some sort of commercial offering.
Just genuinely curious...
Usage is permitted, as long as:
the [end-]customer is prohibited, either contractually or technically, from
defining, redefining, or modifying the database schema or other
structural aspects of database objects, such as through use of the
Timescale Data Definition Interfaces, in a Timescale Database utilized by
such Value Added Products or Services.
And in fact we already have thousands of companies building commercial applications on top of Timescale Licensed software (while adhering to the license).
So if I need to adjust my schema using ALTER TABLE, how would I do that and stay license compliant?
Or if I'm running out of disk and need to run DROP TABLE, is my only choice to simply get more disk space rather than dropping tables?
Some of our customers will need their own unique schema, and will need their own tables. So, how would we even run CREATE TABLE and stay compliant?
Maybe I'm missing something?