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Licensing question - connect-it + ucmdb

Hello there,

If we have such structure:

DB -> connect-it -> UCMDB, we don't need UCMDB MDR license, but only the license for connect-it, right?

Thanks,

Dima

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Re: Licensing question - connect-it + ucmdb

Wasn't Connect-IT discontinued?

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-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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Re: Licensing question - connect-it + ucmdb

Hello Dima!

Well It's not discontinued, i hope,  till 2022, see here: https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/web/softwaresupport/obsolescence-migrations#tab2

It looks like MDR license is not being consumed in such scenario, i checked 'License_LICENSE_SUMMARY' resource and i only see it changed if I add an integration point for some 3d party product, as documented, while CIT pushes directly and does not need an extra integration point.

There's another question now - CIT licenses are 'per user' mainly, but it's not clear what is 'user' in our case - if it is an UI user, then it's not fair, since in SM (which it the only documented product in CIT guides) only some users are counted, and it UCMDB we don't seem to have a way to diverse the users this way. It would be much better it 1 user = 1 DB access point 🙂 I'm still investigating it.

Anyway, for this topic, the right answer seems to be 'The UCMDB license is not consumed for DB -> CIT-> UCMDB scenario'

Thanks!

Dima

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