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Shodhan1
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DPA license guide

Is there a document to refer for the Product Numbers (PNs)  of the DPA Licences ?

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edhoward
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Re: DPA license guide

Did you get an answer on this?

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pinnas
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Re: DPA license guide

I guess you may have to contact support@emc.com for this.

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Shodhan1
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Re: DPA license guide

There isnt a guide which mentions part IDs of the components., I took the reference from one of the older DPA servers to get the licenses.

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german garcia
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Re: DPA license guide

hi all,

are you looking for this?

dpa_license_model.JPG.jpg

kind regards

Shodhan1
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Re: DPA license guide

Yepppp .. Thats wat i was looking for !  Is it the complete list? For now i am good with the details you provided.

Thank You GermanGarcia

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edhoward
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Re: DPA license guide

Thanks for the reply, that's what I've seen on CXP but it doesn't give any explanation also are there any other licencing options for 100s of clients? I've spoken to EMC and no one has any idea, I think it's because the focus has been shifted to the full backup suite.

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german garcia
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Re: DPA license guide

Hi Edhoward,

For 100 clients you will need 5x20 backup client licenses.

Backup client licenses also includes:

- host servers data gathering (CPU, process, memory, HBA, ethernet ports,...).

- backup environment (tape library, DD, FC switch, IP switch,...)

If you are running a NW or Avamar server there is other option, capacity licensing.

If you are looking for bundles like total protection suite or somethign like that you need to ask directly to your sales representative because this options and bundles are changing all the time.

kind regards

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edhoward
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Re: DPA license guide

Thanks for that, it's what I thought but there really should be some documentation with this somewhere, it used to be in the Software Pricing Guide but that's been reduced down to pretty much Data Protection Suite alone with no mention of individual licencing for DPA.

I have been talking to our sales representative but they don't know either so they suggest DPS but that's too expensive when they only want the DPA element.

Anyway thanks for the help.

Ed

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