we would need the following setup with SQL Anywhere:
To the licensing guide I have to following questions:
While you should aks your local SAP Sybase sales representative to be sure, in my experience licensing 1 CPU (= chip) includes all cores within that chip on a physical machine. In a VM each virtual CPU (alias core) needs as a separate licence. IMHO a license for the Standard Edition includes the right to install SA on 2 servers (primary and mirror) and 1 arbiter (warning, I may be wrong).
answered 18 Nov '13, 09:08
André, The SQL Anywhere 16 Standard Edition includes the license for High-Availability, which enables you to install a primary server, a secondary server, and an arbiter server with the same license.
SQL Anywhere 16 (and previous versions) is not licensed by CORE, but rather by the CPU (sometimes called CHIP or SOCKET).
For your remote seats, each of them will need to be licensed with the add-on "Personal Server with Synchronization" option. None of our packages include an unlimited number of these.
For exact pricing, you should speak with a local sales rep.
answered 19 Nov '13, 10:52