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enterprise license breakdown

Hi all,

New to the MFOO community, ive recently taken on a new role and will be wokrign heavily within OO so buckle in for lots of questions comign from me.

I trying to find out what our company license breaksdown into, we have an OO enterprise editon, now within Central that specifies we have "unlimited runs on 40 nodes" the our docs it say 10 unit software, does anyone now how this works in relation to teh amount of RAS server we can add ?


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Hello Phil_steria,


You can add all the RAS you need (we have seen more than 20 could cause some communication issues). The license doesn't have any relation to the amount of RAS you can have.

OO licenses are based on OO Nodes, where an OO node is a server touched by any of your flows. For additional information, please check the next article: https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM00448192



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Customer Support Engineer

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Forgive me if Im being dim but... read the doc and its still not clear to me


If I have 1 central that is 1 license, I could have 10 RAS and this would not affect the licenses

If I put OO in a cluster and have two Centrals is that then two licenses?

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