vSphere 5 licence comparison table

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Nutant | Virtualization and cloud geek | Consulting Architect @ Nutanix| VCDX 077 | vExpert 2012-2015 | dad | married to @AKrzywdzinska | live in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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2 Responses to vSphere 5 licence comparison table

  1. Lee says:


    Am I missing something or does this not tie in with the edition comparison on the VMware website? According to the VMware website a single Enterprise+ license is valid for 1 physical CPU socket and has a vRAM entitlement of up to 96GB. So, if you had a 2 x CPU server you would need 2 x Enterprise+ licenses, which would give a total of 192GB vRAM entitlement.

    How did you get to the 4 x Enterprise+ license figure for vSphere 5?


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