SQL BI is included with SQL Enterprise. Is it available in SPLA if I license SQL Enterprise?
SQL BI is a Software Assurance (SA) benefit for on premise deployments. Although SPLA includes latest version rights and failover rights, it does not include BI.
My customer has a combination of E4 and E5 subscriptions. We want to provide all the Skype for Business features including telephony and video conferencing. Is there a SAL for SA line item in SPLA that covers everything included with the Enterprise Plus SAL?
For Enterprise Plus, you would need to report both SAL for SA (Skype for Business Enterprise and Skype for Business Plus) in order to meet this requirement.
My customer has Office 2013 Pro Plus installed. It is using their own key and was told by the customer that it was purchased under an Enterprise Agreement. Would an EA and License Mobility cover this Office 2013 deployment in a shared environment?
Office does not have mobility rights. The only way they can install Office is through the QMTH program or on isolate dedicated hardware.
I am very confused. If I provide an application to my end users it is SPLA but if I create an online store where external users access that’s not SPLA?
That is correct. If you host an application on behalf of another organization, that’s SPLA. Creating an e-commerce site benefits your organization, not a third-party.
Let’s go back to Office 365. Is the QMTH program available for CSP 2-Tier? We currently resell Office 365 through our distributor.
No. QMTH requires your organization to be CSP 1-Tier authorized.
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