GoodData Support Policy and Service Level Commitment
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1. Scope of Support.

1.1. You shall be responsible for providing basic “First Level” support to Your Users, including receipt of initial support calls and basic problem identification and diagnosis. In the event that You, after providing basic support, are unable to resolve technical issues, GoodData shall provide You with reasonable back-up support in accordance with this GoodData Support Policy. GoodData support services (“Support”) are intended to assist You in troubleshooting and resolving specific issues relating to You and Your Users’ use of the Subscription Services. GoodData will partner with You in the resolution of issues directly involving the Subscription Services that You are unable to resolve. You are expected to fulfill reasonable troubleshooting tasks as recommended by GoodData Support staff.

1.2. Issues arising from a need for implementation or configuration of Ancillary Services are not covered under Support as described in this Support Policy and can be addressed by GoodData by way of a statement of work or Order Form under a separate Ancillary Services engagement. Support does not include assistance with or support for non-GoodData products, services or technologies, including databases, computer networks, communications systems, computers, hard drives, networks or printers.

1.3. GoodData makes Support available to You seven (7) days per week, 24 hours per day, and it is included with the Subscription Services (“Coverage Period”). You may obtain Support through a variety of contact methods, which include access to online product forums (knowledge base), online Support requests, email Support requests, and telephone Support during scheduled Support hours listed below. GoodData reserves the right to request access to a User’s Subscription Service environment to help troubleshoot any issues, and GoodData may not be able to troubleshoot the issue if such access is not approved by You. GoodData will use commercially reasonable efforts to provide Support, and does not guarantee that it will fix any or all Subscription Services defects or make changes to the Subscription Services.

1.4. In connection with GoodData’s data center operations, You specifically consent to and grant GoodData’s worldwide service personnel the express right to access, troubleshoot and provide technical support or implementation services related to any Customer Data that is stored, managed and processed in GoodData’s data centers.

1.5. GoodData reserves the right to modify, change and update this Support Policy at any time, at its sole and exclusive discretion. GoodData will provide You notice of material changes to this Support Policy on the GoodData Support portal. Your continued use of the Subscription Services after receiving such notice shall constitute your acceptance of any such changes to this Support Policy.

2. Contacting GoodData Support.

2.1. Online Support Portal.
You will have login access to the GoodData Support portal, which provides access to the Documentation, and an online form for submitting Support tickets. The GoodData Support portal is located at

2.2. Email Support.
GoodData will provide You with access to Support via email. Support tickets are created for all requests received at, or

2.3. Telephone Support.
The phone number for Support will be provided to You when Subscription Service commence. If a GoodData representative is unavailable to take Your call, You may leave a detailed message that describes the support issue, and include Your phone number and email address. Voicemails will be automatically converted into Support tickets and emailed to Support personnel on duty.

3. How Requests Are Logged and Tracked.

For each specific Support request, the GoodData Support team creates a Support ticket and assigns a Support request number. If You call or email with several different issues, GoodData may create different Support request numbers to track each individual issue. Responses to Support emails are automatically logged with the original request.

4. Severity Levels and Response Times.

4.1. For any issue with the Subscription Services reported to GoodData during the Coverage Period, GoodData will make commercially reasonable efforts to provide an initial Response (as defined below in Section 4.2), replicate the issue, and prepare a workaround to address and manage such issue in accordance with Table 1 below. All Support calls and emails will be routed directly to the Support personnel on duty.

4.2. As used in this Support Policy, “Response” means that GoodData will make commercially reasonable efforts to answer Your telephone call or respond to Your web or email request received during the Coverage Period, as stated in Table 1 below (“Target Response Times”). GoodData will then acknowledge Your issue, and assign the issue a Support request number. In some cases, GoodData may need to obtain additional information from You in order to resolve the issue. Response times depend on the Severity Level of the issue.

Table 1
Severity Levels and Target Response Times
Severity Levels Target Response Times
Severity Level 1 Within 1 hour, 24x7, 365
Severity Level 2 Within 4 **Business Hours
Severity Level 3 Next **Business Day

**Business “Days” and Business “Hours” are 6am to 6pm based upon the following three (3) geographical GoodData Support regions, excluding legal holidays in each of those regions: San Francisco/Pacific Time, Prague/CET and Sydney/GMT +11.

4.3. GoodData will make Severity Level determinations in accordance with the following guidelines:

  • Severity Level 1 is an emergency condition related to an error in the Subscription Services that makes the use or continued use of any one or more functions of the Subscription Services impossible. In such cases, Support personnel will provide incremental updates in the Support ticketing system for all customer Support tickets classified as a Severity Level 1 issue every 20-30 minutes until the Subscription Services is operational again. Examples include the Subscription Services being completely inaccessible to Your Users due to an error.
  • Severity Level 2 is, other than any Severity Level 1 issue, any condition that makes the use or continued use of any one or more critical areas of functionality of the Subscription Services inoperable and threatens future productivity. Examples are failures of data connectors that prevent loading or syncing of new data into customer Workspaces.
  • Severity Level 3 is, other than any Severity Level 1 or Severity Level 2 issue, a minor problem condition or documentation error that the customer can easily circumvent or avoid. Examples include product enhancements, usage questions, and cosmetic problems.



1. Availability.

The Subscription Services will be available at least 99.5% of each month during the Subscription Term, excluding “Scheduled Downtime” and “Other Causes” (“Service Level Commitment”). The Subscription Services are available when users are able to successfully login to the application and access their Workspace.

1.1. “Scheduled Downtime” means the downtime resulting from either a Force Majeure event(s) or for regular maintenance, improvements and upgrades.

1.2. “Other Causes” means: (a) downtime caused solely by You and Your customers or Users’’ use of the Subscription Services other than in accordance with the Agreement; (b) lack of availability or untimely response time from You with regard to incidents that require Your participation for source identification and/or resolution; (c) the impairment or unavailability of minor features or functionality that do not adversely affect the end user experience or productivity such as cosmetic defects or pending requests for functionality or configuration changes not included in the core Subscription Services offering; (d) system impairment or unavailability caused by scheduled routine activities such as the loading of new data; and (e) Your or Your customers or Users’ computers or network equipment and any third party activities, equipment or software not within GoodData’s direct control.

2. Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance.

Scheduled Downtime does not count against availability. Scheduled Downtime is considered regularly scheduled if it is communicated in accordance with Section 4 below at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the maintenance time.

3. Downtime Measured.

You will notify GoodData of any downtime experience within forty-eight (48) hours of the incident, and You must obtain a “support ticket” reference number in order to track Support results and to qualify for calculation against the Service Level Commitment hereunder. The measurement of record for availability of the Subscription Services shall be GoodData’s system logs and other records.

4. Updates/Notice.

Availability notices will be sufficient if posted on the GoodData Support portal located at in a timely manner.

5. Exclusion of Trial and Demo Accounts.

GoodData Trial Services, demo accounts and other test environments are expressly excluded from this Service Level Commitment or any other GoodData service level commitment.

6. Subscription Services “Platform Limits":

6.1. Your use of the Subscription Services is subject to the “Platform Limits” set forth in Documentation here:

6.2. Actual Subscription Service entitlements may differ from Platform Limits based on the Subscription Services offering You select.

6.3. In the event You or Your Users exceed any of the Platform Limits defined above in Section 6.1, GoodData will have no liability to You under this Service Level Commitment.

7. Updates.

GoodData reserves the right to modify, change and update this Service Level Commitment at any time, at its sole and exclusive discretion. GoodData will provide You notice of material changes to this Service Level Commitment on the GoodData Support portal. Your continued use of the Subscription Services after receiving such notice shall constitute your acceptance of any such changes to this Service Level Commitment.

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