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The correct answer for licensing questions is: contact your oracle sales representative. With Oracle you license cpu's. If your test and prod run on the same cpu's, they don't need a new license. As long as it all runs on the same cpu's, it does not matter if you have multiple databases (and instances) or run it all in one single database. Normally we don't ...


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I would rephrase your question to what is likely to make my company shell out all the extra cash for Enterprise edition? Well it depends on the version of SQL server but below is a list of features and reasons that businesses upgrade for. SQL 2012 Standard is limited to 64 GB of RAM SQL 2014 Standard is limited to 128 GB of RAM Standard is limited to 2 ...


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You should call a Microsoft licensing expert and talk to them. They would be best person to resolve all your queries. Microsoft licensing is bit comlex and varies per environment. I have 2 servers and I'm looking to have the first as a Primary and the second as a mirror (as a reporting server and DR server), from what I can see on Microsoft's comparisons ...



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