A basic understanding of SQL Server licensing is essential, especially when changes are afoot, as they are with the upcoming release of SQL Server 2012. The big news for SQL Server 2012 licensing is the change from per-socket to per-core licenses for the Enterprise edition. The easiest way to explain the difference is with an example. Let's look at three systems: Server1 with two dual-core processors, Server2 with four quad-core processors, and Server3 with four eight-core ...
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