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Can I use fiware name in a FQDN for my compagny ?

asked 2019-11-14 09:47:33 +0200

yves gravatar image

Hello I work in Orange and i would like to build an on premice Fiware platform for my customers I would like to use the fiware.orange.com FQDN. My legal team ask me if it's allowed by the Fiware foundation?

What can I reply? Thank you for you feedback BR Yves

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answered 2020-06-22 15:59:25 +0200

Jason Fox gravatar image

updated 2020-06-22 15:59:50 +0200

The usual assumption with domain names is that the owner will be the name of the main domain who is then free to choose their own subdomains as they see fit.

Therefore fiware.orange.com would be taken to be owned by Orange and should never be needed to used as FQDN by the FIWARE Foundation itself

Within NGSI-LD currently the FIWARE Foundation uses https://uri.fiware.org/ns/data-models to prefix its URNs. https://schema.fiware.org has also been used in the past. It can be expected that whatever this changes to in the future it will be something.fiware.org

In the general case, you should be free to use any FQDN where you already have registered the root domain.

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