Trademark Policy

Trademarks are words, graphic designs, or other indicia that identify the source of a product or service. Netdata uses a variety of trademarks. Some Netdata trademarks serve the purpose of (i) communicating the type of legal tool chosen by the rights holder and/or (ii) indicating that the creator has applied a Netdata license to her work. Our registered trademarks and other trademarks include Netdata (regardless of stylization, capitalization, translation, or other presentation), ND, all of the Netdata license and public domain buttons and icons, and any combination of the foregoing, whether integrated into a larger whole or standing alone. This also includes all of the ND trademarks incorporated into Unicode and any other similar standard.

You are authorized to use our trademarks subject to this Trademark Policy, and only on the further condition that you download images of the trademarks directly from our website or apply them through an authorized provider, including software that incorporates the trademarks in Unicode. You are not authorized to use any modified versions of our trademarks, except that you may use a different color for the ND logo and its background so long as the two colors chosen have a contrast ratio of at least 3:1.

Netdata retains the right to revoke any trademark license for any reason or for no specified reason. Netdata is particularly likely to revoke a license if, in its sole discretion, it finds that your use of the trademark is likely to bring disrepute to Netdata or any of its trademarks, or confuses the public. For the avoidance of doubt, you do not need our permission to use our corporate logo for referential use (e.g., to refer to Netdata as an organization), provided that such use does not imply endorsement by or association with Netdata.

Netdata Public Copyright License Marks: Netdata licenses the use of its public copyright license marks, which include the ND Logo, on the conditions that you use the marks solely to describe the Netdata license that applies to a particular work and, in a manner reasonable to the medium and context, include the URI or a hyperlink to the corresponding deed on the Netdata server.

Additional permissions: In addition to the permissions granted in advance to the public as set forth above, Netdata may agree to grant additional permissions upon request. Please submit any such request to Except as specifically stated above or otherwise set forth in a written agreement with you, no additional permissions are granted.

Merchandising Policy: If you would like to use the Netdata or other ND trademarks on clothing or other merchandise, you must first receive permission from Netdata. Please submit your request to