Understanding SEAP license keys
Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program provides developers with SDKs and access to proprietary device features designed to help solution providers create richer and more secure solutions. To develop and commercialize solutions leveraging these resources, license keys are needed.
License keys - for security
Your apps provide a developer-specific license to identify yourself. Our servers authenticate that you have permission to access the licensed APIs. Should your license become compromised, we can revoke it, and any deny access to the licensed APIs.
Examples of these licenses are:
- REST API key —which developers use in REST API calls to cloud servers like the Samsung Enterprise Gateway and Attestation server.
- ELM (Enterprise License Management) key — which larger companies use with enterprise-grade SDKs like Knox Standard, Knox Premium, Knox Customization, and Samsung EDU.
- ISV (Independent Software Vendor) key — which freelance developers use with smaller SDKs like Knox ISV and India Identity.