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You might save a lot of money if you understand the details of Microsoft's new licensing model. Read our article and then download a copy of the most recent licensing policy from a link at the bottom of the article.
This article also addresses some changes that affect the cost of licensing virtual servers. If you are considering SQL Server consolidation you might want to read this issue and then click on a link at the bottom of the article to another article on server consolidation from the May, 2009 issue.More SQLTopics
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