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OO old licensing model

Hello everyone,

 

I need some helps to understand what the old licensing means:

 

Could you please clarify the following issues for me?

 

  • HP OO CoreSvr 1-250 Devices SW LTU:   Assuming this means OO can have 250 potential targets.   There is no differentiation between type of device.  E.g. network node, virtual/physical server, etc.   Is this correct?
  • HP PA CoreSvr 1-250 Devices SW LTU: What is the difference between “HP OO…” and “HP PA…”?
  • Does OO provide any capabilities to validate a customer is only using the # of licenses they have access to?

 

Thank you and Best regards.

~Wings~*

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@ LinhLinh_2686

 

Great questions, I'll contact my internal resources and get you some clarification. 

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James-HPSW Absent Member.
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@ LinhLinh_2686

 

  • HP OO CoreSvr 1-250 Devices SW LTU:   Assuming this means OO can have 250 potential targets.   There is no differentiation between type of device.  E.g. network node, virtual/physical server, etc. Correct, it can be any type of device
  • HP PA CoreSvr 1-250 Devices SW LTU: What is the difference between “HP OO…” and “HP PA…”?
    This is a tough one, I would need to engage you with a sales engineer, feel free to PM me if you would like to do that
  • Does OO provide any capabilities to validate a customer is only using the # of licenses they have access to?
    There is an identification piece so once a license is allocated they cannot be used simultaneously 
I am an HP employee in the enterprise software group. If my post helps you, please mark it as an accepted solution. If you need further insight into HP Solutions, please send me a private message or contact an HP Solutions Expert
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