Posted: Thu, Apr 12th '12    
SQL Server 2012 switching to Core-Based Licensing
Owen Allen . Page Views: 9
I found this news item from Directions on Microsoft, “SQL Server 2012 Adopts Per-Core Licensing Model” interesting. SQL Server 2012 now requires processor core-based licensing for SQL Server 2012 enterprise edition, and core-based licensing is one of two types of licensing available for SQL Server 2012 standard edition. For about 6-7 years now, ever since Oracle started charging for processor core, Microsoft enjoyed an easier licensing conversation because they licensed per process [read more].
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Serge Luca
Microsoft just provided a SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence Virtual Machine fully configured with SharePoint tools; even if the version of SQL server 2012 is RC0 and not RTM, I recommend this VM that I’ve just installed and tested. My next step will be to upgrade SQL Server 2012 to the RTM version that just ships…today. Click on the picture below to download it. I’ll be using an upgraded version of this VM for my session on SharePoint 2012 + SQL Server 2012 BI in Toronto (SharePoint Su [read].
Posted: Wed, Mar 7th '12
Chiarimenti sul Licensing Microsoft per processore
Igor Macori
pChiacchierando con un cliente è emersa una richiesta di chiarimenti sul funzionamento del licensing quot;per processorequot;, previsto da diversi prodotti server di Microsoft (ad es. SQL Server, spesso sottovalutato tra i requisiti delle infrastrutture SharePoint)./p pIl dubbio del mio interlocutore era dovuto alla presenza, nelle CPU moderne, dei multi-core. E da qui la domanda: ma la licenza processore copre i processori fisici o i core delle CPU?/p pLa risposta è che il licensing di Micros [read].
Posted: Sat, Jan 16th '10
SQL Server 2012 beta exams are up #SharePoint #SP2010 #ProjectServer #PS2010
Giles Hamson
Here are CPS we are looking at our objectives for the next year and as part of this process we are looking at upcoming exams and certifications. It would appear that 3 days ago the SQL Server 2012 exams have gone into Beta and you can try them out and provide feedback between now and April 13th. Full details are on the link below: http://borntolearn.mslearn.net/btl/b/weblog/archive/2012/03/22/register-for-sql-server-2012-beta-exams.aspx Exam Overview: Exam number Exam 70-461: Querying Mi [read].
Posted: Mon, Mar 26th '12






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