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This does not cover Windows 7 or Office Download the Extended Security Updates datasheet. Learn more about lifecycle support deadlines.

On Azure: Customers who migrate workloads to Azure will have access to Extended Security Updates for both SQL Server and Windows Server and R2 for three years after the End of Support dates for no additional charge above the cost of running the virtual machine.

On-premises: Eligible customers will be able to purchase Extended Security Updates for their on-premises environment. Licenses are sold in two core packs for SQL Server and 16 core packs for Windows Server , and are priced as below:.

Customers who require outside Azure where Extended Security Updates are available at no additional charge can onboard on Year 2 of Extended Security Updates. However, if an organisation did not purchase the first year of Extended Security Updates coverage, they will need to purchase both Year 1 and Year 2 Extended Security Updates. Similarly, if an organisation onboards only on Year 3, they will need to purchase all three years of Extended Security Updates.

Software Assurance or an equivalent server subscription is required for customers to purchase Extended Security Updates for on-premises. No, there are no changes to the type of updates in Extended Security Updates. Extended security updates do not include new features, customer-requested non-security hotfixes or design change requests.

However, Microsoft may include non-security fixes as deemed necessary. No, there are no changes to technical support options for Extended Security Updates customers in Alternatively, if hosting on Azure, customers can use an Azure Support plan to get technical support. For those customers who need more time to upgrade and modernise their Windows Server and SQL Server and R2 on Azure, we will now provide one additional year of free extended security updates only on Azure.

The Microsoft Lifecycle Policy offers 10 years of support 5 years for mainstream support and 5 years for extended support for business and developer products such as SQL Server and Windows Server. We recommend upgrading to the latest versions of our software to continue to get regular security updates, either in Azure or on-premises.

However, for customers that are not able to transition to a supported version before the End of Support date, we have options to help protect data and applications during the End of Support transition:. For many customers, this is an easy first step before upgrading or modernising with newer versions or services in Azure. Those that decide to move to Azure SQL Managed Instance PaaS will also have access to continuous security updates, as this is a fully managed solution. These customers will also have access to Extended Security Updates on Azure for no additional charges above the cost of running the virtual machine.

Extended Security Updates for on-premises or hosted environments: Extended Security Updates will also be available for workloads running on-premises or in a hosting environment such as with another cloud provider. Product licences and Software Assurance do not need to reside on the same enrolment.

Customers can purchase Extended Security Updates only for the servers they need to cover. Extended Security Updates can be purchased directly from Microsoft or a Microsoft licensing partner. In Azure: Customers can begin migrating workloads to Azure Virtual Machines immediately and apply regular security updates until the End of Support date. Extended Security Updates are available to purchase typically three months prior to End of Support dates with delivery of Extended Security Updates beginning after End of Support.

You can find more information about how to use Extended Security Updates here. Extended security updates will be distributed if and when available.

For end of support events in the past, SQL Server provided only critical security updates, which meet the compliance criteria of our enterprise customers. SQL Server does not issue a general monthly security update. If there are situations where new and important SQL Server updates will not be provided and it is deemed critical by the customer, but not by MSRC, we will work with the customer on a case-by-case basis to suggest appropriate mitigation.

Software Assurance does not need to be on the same enrolment. Pricing is available on published price lists. Contact your Microsoft partner or account team for more details. The price of Extended Security Updates acquired through Microsoft resellers is set by the resellers. Pricing for Windows Server Extended Security Updates is based on Windows Server Standard per core pricing, based on the number of virtual cores in the hosted virtual machine, and is subject to a minimum of 16 licences per instance.

Pricing for SQL Server Extended Security Updates is based on SQL Server per core pricing, based on the number of virtual cores in the hosted virtual machine, and is subject to a minimum of 4 licences per instance. Software Assurance is not required. Contact your Microsoft reseller or account team for more details. If they licensed 8 cores for SQL Server on-premises and use Software Assurance benefits to have a secondary passive server i.

Customers can then apply updates to their production workload on-premises and the secondary passive server i. Azure Hybrid Benefit — hybrid cloud Microsoft Azure. However, they can move their workloads to Azure and get Extended Security Updates for no additional charge above the cost of using the Azure service. Customers with Software Assurance through other enrolments e.

Pricing for Extended Security Updates will follow the current licence model for the server. For example, Windows Server is licensed by core and is required for all physical cores on each server. Customers cannot buy partial periods e. EA and Extended Security Updates must overlap for at least one month at the beginning of each year of Extended Security Updates coverage. Customers must have active Software Assurance coverage or subscription licences for at least one month at the start of each coverage period in order to be eligible for Extended Security Updates in that period.

If customers purchase Extended Security Updates while Software Assurance is active, but Software Assurance lapses before the Extended Security Update coverage period begins, customers will not be able to receive updates.

Extended Security Updates are available annually, for a fixed month period. If a customer purchases Extended Security Updates in month 10 of the month period, that customer would still need to purchase the full 12 months. Customers must have purchased coverage for year 1 of Extended Security Updates in order to buy year 2, and coverage in year 2 in order to buy year 3. Customers may buy coverage for previous years at the same time as they buy coverage for a current period.

It is not necessary to buy a certain period of coverage within that coverage period. Premier Support is not a base requirement, but an additional support contract is recommended if technical support will be required. Yes, customers must have active Software Assurance or equivalent subscription licences for CALs and External Connector licences permitting access to servers with active Extended Security Updates coverage.

Core licences are sold in packs of two a 2-pack of Core Licences , and packs of 16 a pack of Core Licences. Each processor needs to be licenced with a minimum of eight cores four 2-packs of Core Licences.

Each physical server, including single-processor servers, will need to be licensed with a minimum of 16 Core Licences eight 2-packs of Core Licences or one pack of Core Licences.

Additional cores can then be licensed in increments of two cores one 2-pack of Core Licences for servers with core densities higher than 8.

Customers cannot license individual Windows Server virtual machines. They must license the full physical server. Licensing requirements for Extended Security Updates for on-premises align to the licensing requirements for the underlying Software Assurance coverage or subscription. Customers will only need to know their Windows Server licence position for a given server, to know how many Extended Security Update licences they need. Customers who have covered all the underlying cores of the physical server with Windows Server Datacentre licences should buy Extended Security Updates for the number of physical cores, irrespective of the number of VMs running on that physical server.

Customers who have covered all the underlying cores of the physical server with Windows Server Standard licences should buy Extended Security Updates for the number of physical cores, but will only be licensed to run and update two virtual machines on the server. Customers who wish to run and update more than two virtual machines on a server licensed with Windows Server Standard must re-license all of the physical cores on the server with both Windows Server Standard and Extended Security Updates for each additional pair of virtual machines.

Microsoft will only produce updates which can be applied on the latest Service Pack. For customers who do not have Software Assurance, the alternative option to get access to Extended Security Updates is to migrate to Azure. For variable workloads, we recommend that customers migrate to Azure via Pay-As-You-Go, which allows for scaling up or down at any time.

For predictable workloads, we recommend that customers migrate to Azure via Server Subscription and Reserved Instances. Licences and Software Assurance do not need to be on the same agreement. However, we recommend customers complete migration before the End of Support date so that they do not miss any Extended Security Updates.

If customers miss a year of Extended Security Updates coverage, they may buy coverage for previous years at the same time that they buy coverage for a current period. Yes, customers can start a new , R2, or R2 instance on Azure and have access to Extended Security Updates. Customers who purchase Extended Security Updates for production servers may also apply those security updates to servers licensed under Visual Studio MSDN subscriptions at no additional cost.

There is no limit to the number of MSDN servers a customer can cover. Yes, Premium Assurance is no longer available, but we will honour the terms of Premium Assurance for customers who already purchased it. Software Assurance is required as a pre-requisite to Extended Security Updates. Extended Security Updates coverage is not required to be co-terminus with Software Assurance coverage, but customers must have at least one month of qualifying Software Assurance coverage remaining at the time a given year of Extended Security Updates coverage is purchased.

If they migrate to Azure, however, they can get support using their Azure Support Plan. When customers have purchased Extended Security Updates and have an existing support plan:.

Scenario: Customer can open a support ticket Response: Yes. Scenario: Support Team will work to troubleshoot customer issue Response: Yes. Scenario: Support Team will do a root cause analysis Response: No.

This programme covers only the named product and the components that were shipped with it. Unless explicitly stated, the scope of this programme does not extend to any other products or tools that the customer may be running on or with the covered product.

No, customers must purchase Extended Security Updates separately. The cost of Extended Security Updates is not included in the price calculation of the Unified Support agreement.

On-site or proactive support will only be available to a customer if it is part of their Unified Support agreement. Yes, organisations which have purchased Extended Security Updates can submit support incidents using any Microsoft Support offering, including Unified and Premier Support. Microsoft Partners are also able to submit tickets on behalf of their customers as long as the customer has purchased Extended Security Updates, though partners will need a support agreement in place to do so.

All customers must call Microsoft Support in order to place a request for a technical support incident. As we continue to work to fully automate the validation process, the tech routers will validate whether a customer purchased Extended Security Updates. Once the customer is validated, a case will be created and routed to the appropriate queue for technical support.

Customers should provide their Enterprise Agreement number or full customer name for validation.

 
 

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At MetrixData , we strongly believe in educating our clients to improve their understanding of software asset management and software licenses in order to lead to strong, long-term SAM practices after our engagement has concluded. Table of Contents. SQL servers are made of many varied sizes and targeted towards different workloads and different types of workforces.

Some exist in the Cloud with thousands of concurrent users and others exist in small to medium size on-prem businesses. SQL servers are also designed to process different types of data, including primitive types like Char, Varchar, binary, and text, just to name a few. SQL Server licensing can be staggeringly overwhelming due to its sheer size and the number of other applications that interact with it.

Before we get into how a SQL Server works, here are some terms that you may need to know:. SQL Servers come with different licensing types and different editions, all of which we will break down. On the physical server, there are two processors, each with six physical cores with a total of twelve cores. In addition to the license for the operating system, I would need 6 core licenses since they come in packs of two in order to be properly licensed.

Client Access Licenses CAL , is a license that grants access to specific Microsoft server software, usually in conjunction with other Microsoft server software licenses. Basically, while the server license allows for the installation of the software on an operating system, the CAL allows for people or devices to access the services that the operating system is hosting.

User CAL: Allows for a single unique physical user to access the Microsoft software from many different devices. This includes work devices, personal devices, Internet kiosk or a personal digital assistant without the need to purchase a CAL for every device. However, you are licensed per physical person, not log-in usernames, so all the John Smiths in your company can breathe easy.

Device CAL: Allows a large number of users to access the server software through a single device. Windows Server CAL. The CAL must be of the same version or be a more recent version than the version of the Server software you are pairing it with.

Each server product will require the associated CAL. A CAL can also give you access to multiple servers of the same kind throughout your domain. As you can imagine the pairing of your CALs to your servers can get extremely confusing and complex, especially if you try to mix and match.

So, it is always a good idea to consult your Microsoft Rep or your third-party rep, give them a clear picture about what your software environment looks like and then they can tell you about the CALs you need. Now that we have our SQL server licensing models laid out, we can move onto the next level of complication: Editions.

Microsoft offers four different Editions : Standard popular selection , Enterprise also popular , Express, and Developer. Standard: The basic experience with standard reporting and analytic capabilities. There is a limit of memory, database size, and a maximum number of cores.

Enterprise: Having all the basic features of the Standard Edition, Enterprise also offers tools for analyzing business and financial data, along with critical applications and data warehousing features essential for enterprises, whom this edition is primarily targeted towards.

Where the Standard edition had limits on its space and usage, the Enterprise edition has the sky as the limit. It is only offered in core-based licensing models, which makes sense since enterprise customers usually chose core-based licensing models.

Express: This free version offers a limited experience, even when compared to the Standard edition. It is excellent though for general database use, including small applications with both hardware and software limitations.

Many organizations will first deploy SQL Server Express to see if it is sufficient for their specific applications and will only move to the fee-based editions when they can confirm that Express will not meet their requirements. Developer: This edition allows you to build, test, and demonstrate applications in a non-production environment. A piece of software will be considered in production if individuals, either inside or outside of the organization, use the software for any reason beyond development, including evaluation acceptance testing such as a review of the application before it is put into general use.

A SQL server will also be considered in production if it is connected to another database that is in production or runs as a backup or to provide disaster-recovery to a SQL server in production. As you can probably imagine, mixing production and non-production environments is a recipe for disaster, as this can cause hyper complexity and compliance issues, especially if access controls are not established that prohibits use outside of development and testing.

There are a few ways to counteract this problem:. The main challenge with these editions is proving which edition you have. For example, if you are in a software audit, unless provided with evidence that proves otherwise, the software auditors will assume that you only have Enterprise editions, which are the most expensive.

Proving which editions, you have could mean the difference between owing hundreds of thousands of dollars and owing nothing. While Development and Express environments can be great in saving you money, in testing and demonstrating your software before deployment, it is important that these scenarios are licensed properly and that you understand their limitations. Developer-Specific Licenses: Used primarily for debugging, designing, development, testing and demonstrating purposes.

This license is for non-production use only and is often purchased when programmers, professional testers, technical writers, database professionals, or IT administrators are involved. Developer specific licenses are assigned on a per-user basis, in which Users can install and access an unlimited number of SQL Server instances and share those instances only with other users who have been assigned the same type of developer-specific user licenses.

That means, for this licensing model, if anyone wishing to access a development environment requires a developer-specific license, even for tasks as hands-off as administrative purposes. The only exception to this is user acceptance testing. Installations can be set up and taken down at any time and can be placed on desktops, dedicated servers, shared servers, and cloud environments. Some potentially less expensive alternatives to this license include the following:. Evaluation Licenses: Used to assess the software for potential business use.

Again, only used for non-production environments but it is not often used in development and test environments. Usually comes with an expiration date days to evaluate the use of the software when obtained through volume license contracts. This will cover all the VMs that your software environment will ever see, which comes in handy since VMs are so easily and quickly cloned and installed. You will need a license for every virtual core that you have.

Licensing your Virtual Environment all depends on the licensing model you choose, with the per core model proving much more cost-effective for many clients. Power BI and SQL Server Power BI is one of the most popular services for large businesses, and it can quickly become the most complicated due to its robust environment and its complicated, although critical, relationship with SQL servers. Although you will still need to have a Power BI account for content creation. With the Desktop, however, you can retrieve SQL Server data from tables and run queries that can retrieve a subset of the data from multiple tables.

Licensing for Disaster Recovery and High Availability. Which is why Microsoft, as of November 1st, , has three enhanced benefits to offer to software assurance customers, which can be applied to any SQL Server that is still supported by Microsoft, including failover servers for high availability, disaster recovery, and disaster recovery in Azure.

What this means is that you can run passive SQL Server instances on separate operating system environments OSE or servers for high-availability on-prem or in Azure to cover any sort of failover event.

If you have a secondary server that is only used as failover support , then you do not need to license that server separately from the SQL server it is supporting, as long as the server remains truly passive and the primary SQL Server is covered by your Software Assurance. It is most important that you have a means of proving when your servers are passive, since during a software audit, the software auditors will assume that all your servers are active if given the chance to assume so.

This means no more security or feature updates, no more help from Microsoft to keep your environment healthy and protected. Even if your license is perpetual and legally speaking you are allowed to keep the product forever, it may still be within your best interest to upgrade your license anyway to one that Microsoft supports.

However, it will not be easy since a SQL Server upgrade will take months and you should plan accordingly. When you are considering updating from one Server to the next, the first thing you need to do is make a to-do list containing everything you have to do, such as:.

If you have Software Assurance, then you are covered to upgrade your SQL Server edition, if not then you will have to purchase more licenses. Check to make sure what sort of changes have occurred since you last updated SQL Server, since depending on how old your SQL Server is, you may find yourself confronted with new features, new definitions, and new licensing metrics. Do some research into the new SQL Server model you are planning on upgrading to and familiarize yourself on any differences the new edition has compared to your old model.

Lastly, decide whether, this time around with your new SQL Server, if Software Assurance is something that interests your company. SQL Servers are so thoroughly implemented throughout the software environments of organizations that a simple mistake could easily be scaled up to mean millions of dollars in software auditing fines. It is easy to get overwhelmed and to simply let your SQL Server sales rep handle it and tell you what you need to purchase and how many.

Of course, just because they know their way around their CALs, cores, and sockets does not mean they know what is best for your business. Only you can answer that question. Physical Server: the actual wires-and-bolts physical hardware system. Physical Processor: the physical chip that is housed in a socket within the physical server that contains one or more cores. Physical Core: Something like a mini server inside the server, a physical core is a smaller processing unit within the physical processor of the server, and are found in groups of two.

Web edition purchases can only be made through a SPLA. Core Based Licensing. This license allows for an unlimited number of users and devices to be connected to a server. You will need a core license for every core in the processor.

You need at least four core licenses for each physical processor on the server core licenses are sold in packs of two. The SQL Server or any of its components needs to be licensed. You would need two separate licenses for that scenario. Anything that is installed on the physical machine you need to have a license for.

The same logic is applied when using virtual cores in virtual environments. Ideal for larger companies, since it is easy to manage. Imagine having an international corporation with tens of thousands of employees, keeping track of who needed what CAL would be exhausting. It also can prove cheaper for larger organizations, especially if your users far outnumber the cores you have. Use naming conventions for SQL Server instances to explicitly state if a Server is in development or in testing.

Install the SQL server on a separate network segment or cloud environment to lower the chance of unauthorized interaction. Require that installs be developer-specific editions. When you are considering updating from one Server to the next, the first thing you need to do is make a to-do list containing everything you have to do, such as: Making sure you have all the Window Updates Do you have.

NET Framework installed correctly? After all such preparations are ready you can begin the whole upgrading process.

 

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Build intelligent, mission-critical applications using a scalable, hybrid database platform that has everything built in—from in-memory performance and нажмите чтобы прочитать больше security to in-database analytics. SQL Server is offered in two main commercial editions to accommodate the unique feature, performance and price requirements of organizations and individuals:. The editions are offered in a straightforward, tiered model that creates greater consistency across the product editions, features and licensing.

Through a consistent programming interface across all editions, it is easier than ever for developers and partners to build and upgrade applications that take advantage of advanced performance, security, and data mart or data warehouse features — regardless of scale, from Express to Enterprise.

SQL Server is offered in two main editions to accommodate the unique feature, performance and price requirements of organizations and individuals:. SQL Big Data Nodes are licenses assigned to worker nodes in big data environments, and are licensed under Enterprise Edition use rights.

Big Data Clusters make it easier for customers to manage a big data environment. SQL Server also brings expanded fail-over rights to Software Assurance customers supporting disaster recovery and high availability. For details refer to the Product Terms site. There are two main editions: Enterprise and Standard. Enterprise and Standard are the two main editions. Developer and Express editions continue to be distributed without changes in licensing or pricing.

SQL Server provides a variety of virtualization and cloud benefits that help you save money on database licensing and retain flexibility in your database deployments. With SQL Server, you can:. Connect with a Microsoft solution provider.

Contact your Microsoft account representative. Buy online at the Microsoft Store. SQL Server product page. SQL Server licensing guide. Introduction to per core licensing and basic definitions.

SQL Server Build intelligent, mission-critical applications using a scalable, hybrid database platform that has everything built in—from in-memory performance and advanced security to in-database analytics. SQL Server site. About SQL Server SQL Server is offered in two main commercial editions to accommodate the unique feature, performance and price requirements of organizations and individuals: Enterprise Edition is ideal microsoft sql server 2014 standard with 5 cals free applications requiring mission critical in-memory performance, security and high availability.

Standard Edition delivers fully featured database capabilities for mid-tier applications and data marts. SQL Server Offerings SQL Server is offered in two main editions to accommodate the unique feature, performance and price requirements of organizations and individuals: Enterprise Edition is ideal for applications requiring mission critical in-memory performance, security and high availability. Customers who require a massively parallel processing data warehouse have access to a parallel data warehouse through dwg trueview download windows 10 мысль Enterprise Edition core licenses with Software Assurance.

Parallel data warehouse is part of the Microsoft Analytics Platform System. Editions sold microsoft sql server 2014 standard with 5 cals free the per-core licensing model and Big Data Nodes are sold as 2 core packs. See the Product Terms for details. Expand all Collapse all. What is new in SQL Server ? Which product editions are offered with SQL Server?

Enterprise for mission-critical applications and data warehousing Standard for core database capabilities, reporting, and analytics. Which other editions are available with SQL Server? Which virtualization or cloud-related licensing benefits are available with SQL Server? License for high VM density by buying Enterprise Edition core licenses and Software Assurance microsoft sql server 2014 standard with 5 cals free all the physical cores on the server or server farm and deploying an unlimited number of VMs on the licensed hardware.

License for VM mobility across private and public clouds. VM license mobility is a Software Assurance benefit. Without Software Assurance, licenses can be moved from one server to another only once every 90 days.

Benefit from fail-over rights extended to your cloud deployments on Azure or to other public clouds if you use License Mobility through Software Assurance. For more details, see microsoft sql server 2014 standard with 5 cals free Azure Hybrid Benefit нажмите для деталей. SQL Server моего download windows 10 operating system for pc эта datasheet.

Related resources Introduction to per core licensing and basic definitions. Licensing Microsoft server products for use in virtual environments.

 
 

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And as it is partner, but not official MS employees, they often screw up with the answer. I also appreciate your understanding. We have a customer who is looking to migrate some SQL servers from to but we are trying to find the right way to do this. Do you have a way to find the migration rights for SQL to see if they are allowed to migrate over to another server or server cluster? Are they allowed to use the migration license on the new server where they are migrating toward and on the existing server they are decommissioning at the same time?

From my understanding the customer may upgrade to and use SQL version in place of software covered by the Qualifying License i. SQL server licensed with active SA.

The Customer may not use software under both licenses simultaneously. Can you please confirm if my understanding is correct. Bharat — go ahead and read the post rather than just leaving a comment. The information you seek is in the last sentence of the post. Software Assurance is an additional annual fee that gives you free upgrades as long as you keep paying for it. That is fine. But what if the customer is not doing an in-place upgrade. Is it fine if they install SQL on a different physical server while trying to do a side by side upgrade?

If you would have read at least the last few month comments, you would know, that Brent will you only direct to your MS vendor I guess, that he risks some trouble when he gives you a wrong advice and particularly in the USA this could become very expensive.

But as always — ask your vendor there must be a reason, that there is a hard certification title named Microsoft Certified Licensing Professional.

Thanks for the reply, Thomas, but I have asked Microsoft several times. Each time I am given a different answer. Hello, Do you know if it is tecnically possible to install and run SQL Server Standard one licence bought in one server with 4 cores?

We already bought one license dor 2 cores and know they told us that the minimun is for 4 cores, so 2 licenses! If we proceed with the installation, will it run? He will advice you to read the post again… Very ducking carefully.

You can install your distrib as many times on as many servers with as many cores as you want. And that all will work fine until one day people from ms come with audit…. If a secondary server is is running on read-only mode. Can we take it as Truly Passive or it has to be offline? However In some Fail-Over configurations, The Standby Passive server is used as a read-only reporting server installation.

Under this usage the Standby server is no longer passive. Our Dev environment is pretty much same as production environment apart from its not production. My question is can we use SQL Server developer edition in virtualized Dev environment while using High Availability feature with 3 replicas. Hi to all, I have downloaded mssql server r2 for application database from one site at free of cost, Is that illegal?

Did i want to buy a licensed version? I am using it for only as a database for my application, so anybody give me detailed guide for me through my email id :cpnissam gmail. Downloading is not illegal, but using it particularly for non-developing purposes, except it is the free Express edition.

On the other hand — why did you download a 8 year old version and not the most recent since this week SQL is out.

Thanks for that info. I am not sure if that is a best practice or others do it. Have a Active-Passive cluster with one instance and planning to add one more instance. Our license now is per core and now only considering Active Nodes.

With second instance if I run it in First node itself do I need to license the core of passive node? It works out pretty well. What do you think? Relaly should not be this complicated and difficult to price something out.

Why would server Cals cover SQL?? I am planning to install standalone instances on this two servers only for reporting services. Reporting services uses database which resides on cluster. In this scenario Reporting services are running on both machines. Do we need to purchase license for both nodes? Sachin — check out this part of the post: Got a question not answered by these rules? Head over to the Microsoft licensing chat.

Good day, I have a question regarding licenses for Database Mirroring. I have a 2 server, 1 for Principal Server and the other 1 for mirror server. I configure them as database mirroring. Thank you. Guess we have to pay Microsoft to ensure that we are not failing over to corruption. If you offload the corruption checking from the primary though, forget it. We have to take a backup, restore and run it on a different instance, then CheckDB.

Thanks for the input, Brent! Do we require DR server license or not kindly confirm? So — yes, you will need a license, but as written about times above: read the original article and contact your Microsoft sales person…. On October 31, am you tell Corey that it is fine to install production data on a development environment and that this is a very common practice.

Any test data that was used for design, development or test purposes must be removed prior to deploying the software for production use. A production environment is defined as an environment that is accessed by end-users of an application such as an Internet website and that is used for more than gathering feedback or acceptance testing of that application.

So I would not advice to use production data for development and really not when there is sensitive personal data in the production data. Real data are in my opionion data, whiche are used by your company to make money as orders or sensor data or user feedbacks or your ticket system. Our consultant thinks that SSIS is competing with our database engine for computing horsepower. Is that licensed properly? If you split off SSIS into a separate VM, does it need to be licensed to match the edition of the db engine it is connecting to?

Just click Contact at the top of the site and we can talk about your needs and our services. The DBs on active node are configured for sync high safety mirroring. So a total of 3 servers 2 for cluster node and 1 for mirroring instance. Do I need license for only 1 server?

Or do I also need license for mirror instance which is in passive mode as well. I love teaching, travel, cars, and laughing. Want to advertise here and reach my savvy readers? Licensing , SQL Server. Licensing is really complex, but as long as you know these seven rules, you can go a long way: If you query it, you have to license it.

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