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Microsoft has moved to “Per Core” licensing for Windows Server and SQL Server

Author: Mark Eating/Thursday, March 02, 2017/Categories: Infrastructure Management, Microsoft

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•           A minimum of 16 core licenses is required for each server.

•           A minimum of 8 core licenses is required for each physical processor.

There is a “trade in” program covered by Software Assurance, the customer will receive an equivalent number of “Per Core” licenses for no additional license charge. Contact AdvanceNet for further information!

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Own The Platform, Subscribe The Users

Business Intellectual Property is of value and thus needs to be owned. Define the server licenses required and develop on these licenses.

·         Open Value License Agreement – 1,2 or 3 Year Payment plans

In a volatile market where the user base can either expand or shrink, subscription licensing offers the needed flexibility.

·      Open Value Subscription - 3 Year subscription with software assurance.

·      Cloud Solutions Provider - Annual or monthly subscription. 

Decrease core count and write to memory

Intel Processors  - https://ark.intel.com/#@Processors

Inline Memory - Write the App into Memory 

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