September 2017

By Greg Misso In my last post, we looked at SQL Server at a high level, discussing the various editions and licensing models available with each. In this post, we are going to delve a little deeper into some of the use cases and areas to be aware of. The environment where SQL Server resides Understanding the environment where the SQL Server resides is very important as this can determine whether production or non-production licenses can be utilised. In a scenario where SQL Server is installed in a non-production environment, alternative user based licenses can be used in lieu of production licenses. These alternate user based licenses include: SQL Server Developer[1] Visual Studio / MSDN subscription[2] The below example (Figure 1) demonstrates a number of SQL Servers (both Standard and Enterprise) in a non-production environment. By utilising the product terms of SQL Server Developer or a Visual Studio / MSDN…
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