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Licenses in the System Center Family-Types and Prices

12/06/2010

When we talk about products in the System Center family, mainly focusing on three main products that are Configuration Manager, Operations Manager and Data Protection Manager, always arises the question of licensing prices.

Rode a simple table below based on the values in the United States and Canada Consider also that the volume and type of contract can change down the table default values.

Product (U$ values) Licence Server Std Licence Server Enterprise Licence Server Standard Licence Client
Configuration Manager 2007 R2 579 430 157 41
Configuration Manager 2007 R2 com SQL 1321 430 157 41
Operations Manager 2007 R2 579 431 157 32
Operations Manager 2007 R2 com SQL 1321 431 157 32
Data Protection Manager 2010 432 158 NA 32
Virtual Machine Manager 869 40 NA NA
Suite System Center 1569 NA NA 70

Taking into account the above table, see values for a company with 10 servers and 1000 customers using the suite. The calculation would involve only a monitoring server and not a server farm roles:

Product (U$ values) LicenceServer Std Licence Servidores Licences Client Total
Configuration Manager 2007 R2 579 1.570 41.000 43.149
Configuration Manager 2007 R2 com SQL 1.321 1.570 41.000 43.891
Operations Manager 2007 R2 579 1.570 32.000 34.149
Operations Manager 2007 R2 com SQL 1.321 1.570 32.000 34.891
Data Protection Manager 2010 432 1.580 32.000 34.012
Virtual Machine Manager 869 200 NA 1.069
Suite System Center 1.569 NA 70.000 71.569

Note that in the table above took into account the maximum cost because not all clients will have DPM agents and SCOM, which would reduce cost above.

To access the table with all products and licensing details visit the link http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/pricing-licensing.aspx

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