Telemetry Data Collection Notice
This page contains the policy for the Red Hat sponsored anonymous data collection. See Usage page for details.
In connection with your use of this Red Hat offering, Red Hat may collect telemetry data about your use of the software. This data allows Red Hat and community extension writers to understand how the software is being used and to improve Red Hat offerings and support, including identifying, troubleshooting, and responding to issues that impact users. The data may be shared internally within Red Hat to improve the user experience.
What information does Red Hat collect?
Tools within the software monitor various metrics and this information is transmitted to Red Hat. Metrics include the following information:
- Usage information about components, features and extensions.
- Quarkus version
- Java version and vendor
- Build tool used
- List of public Quarkus Platform extensions used and their versions
- Time zone
- CI system name, if available
- If it is built with Kubernetes
Red Hat does not intend to collect personal information. To the extent that any telemetry data constitutes personal data, please refer to the Red Hat Privacy Statement for more information about Red Hat’s privacy practices.
Red Hat retains and stores telemetry data only for as long as it is needed for the purposes described above or as otherwise required or permitted by law.
Red Hat employs technical and organizational measures designed to protect the telemetry data.
Only personnel with a valid business justification are permitted access to telemetry data. Red Hat may share telemetry data in an aggregated form that does not identify users.
Third Party Service Providers
Red Hat may engage certain service providers to assist in the collection, storage, and visualization of the telemetry data.