For more than a decade, IBM has allowed its end users to license IBM software products on a sub-capacity basis. For IBM licensing purposes, sub-capacity licensing required customers to accept the sub-capacity licensing terms (originally in a separate sub-capacity license agreement signed by both parties), and ultimately as part of other licensing agreements. The more…
Each of the major software publishers has one or two tricks up its sleeve – tricks that often are missed by licensees – affecting how its server products may be used in virtualized environments. For example, Microsoft SQL Server requires a minimum of four core licenses per vCPU, even if the actual number of vCPUs…
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