Third Party Open Source on Linux
  • 23 Feb 2023
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Third Party Open Source on Linux

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Sisense uses Open-Source Software (OSS) libraries, packages, and frameworks in the development of our products. We regularly audit and review applicable licenses for any OSS used, to ensure we are in compliance with those agreements. Copyright notices for specific OSS packages libraries, packages, and frameworks we use are available upon request. 

This list does not include the OSS components used in the Sisense for Cloud Data Teams (CDT) product, Marketplace extension packages, Sisense mobile app and custom-developed software provided to customers.


This list is reviewed on a regular basis and is updated as necessary.



ANTLR 2: ANTLR Parser Generator:


Apache 2.0:







Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported:

Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL) 1.1:



GNU Lesser Public Licenses (LGPL)


GPL 2 GNU General Public Licenses


MIT / X11:


Mozilla 2.0 / MPL 2.0:

The Universal FOSS Exception, Version 1.0:

WTFPL Version 2, December 2004:

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