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Defaults to Elastic License 2.0
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If you want to see a list of examples supported by ELv2, and not, to have a better understanding whether you should be concerned or not, check the examples. TL;DR unless you want to host Airbyte yourself and sell it as an ELT/ETL tool, or to sell a product that directly exposes Airbyte’s UI or API, you should be good to go!