Licensing and Downloads
Dual licensing policy and product downloads.
OpenRules 6.3.4 is available
The Release 6.3.4 introduces a new add-on "What-If Analyzer" that supports real-time what-if analysis of decision models by activating/deactivating business rules. A user may see right away the changes in the decision outcomes and find multiple or optimal solutions.
December 28, 2015
Support for DMN Standard
RuleML 2016 , The 10th International Web Rule Symposium July 6-9 2016, New York
CP 2016: International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming Sep 5-9, 2016, Toulouse, France
BBC 2016, Nov. 1-4, 2016, Las Vegas, USA
BBC 2015: Nov. 2-6, USA
OpenRules licensing policy is dual that makes OpenRules software available to both open source and commercial customers:
GPL Licenses for Open Source Projects. If your application is available under the terms of GPL or a compatible open source license, you are free to use OpenRules without any license fee under the terms of GPLv2, the most popular Open Source license known as "GNU General Public License" (GPL). Keep in mind, that GPL requires any "derivative works" to be also covered by GPL. In particular, it means that source code of the applications that are based or use OpenRules should be made publicly available. Read more.
Non-GPL Licenses for Commercial Projects. If you are developing, using, distributing, or providing services with non open source applications and these applications are based on or use OpenRules software, you must obtain OpenRules commercial licenses. To learn more about OpenRules commercial licenses please click here.