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Microsoft changes their cloud licensing structure

Posted by ryan as Microsoft, News


Starting July 1, Microsoft customers will be able to use their current license agreements to move server applications from internal data centers to cloud computing services.  Microsoft has fully embraced the cloud, as we all know.

This “license mobility” will also be available to customers at no extra change. For now. Quite a coup.

“Microsoft will start offering license mobility in July to extend customers’ current Volume License investments under SA to the cloud. License Mobility will provide customers the flexibility to deploy certain server applications with active Software Assurance on-premises or in the cloud, without having to buy additional licenses,” Microsoft explained about the new license structure.

According to Microsoft, these changes will eventually work as a green signal for CIOs and Service Providers, which desire to give cloud services a shot, but without renewing their licenses.

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