Gabriel Cypriano

1688 days ago

Under SSPL, users can still change and redistribute the software, but it explicitly states that if a person or a company wants to publicly offer MongoDB as a service, they must open source that service -- meaning they must make the code available to everyone for free. Otherwise, they must obtain a commercial license.

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