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    Bernd NNTP User

    SUSE-Manager: What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client

    Hi,

    we want to have a single place for managing a few SLES. So we check the
    SUSE-Manager (small license: up to 50 Servers)

    What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client?

    Bernd

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    Re: SUSE-Manager: What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client

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    Re: SUSE-Manager: What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Clientand LifeCycle-Client

    On 06/04/16 10:16, Bernd wrote:

    > we want to have a single place for managing a few SLES. So we check the
    > SUSE-Manager (small license: up to 50 Servers)
    >
    > What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client?


    From https://www.suse.com/products/suse-manager/how-to-buy/

    "A SUSE Manager installation consists of at least one SUSE Manager
    Server and the SUSE Manager Lifecycle Management entitlement for each
    managed system that has an active SUSE Linux Enterprise subscription.
    SUSE Manager Monitoring entitlements may be added for each managed
    system to provide additional functionality."

    It would therefore seem that you need one Lifecycle Management
    entitlement per managed system and the there is an optional Monitoring
    entitlement you can add per managed system.

    I've also found TID 7015697[1] which suggests there are up to four
    licenses that can be assigned to a SUSE Manager 1.7 or 2.1 server -
    Server, Management, Provisioning, and Monitoring.

    HTH.

    [1]
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    SUSE Knowledge Partner

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    Bernd NNTP User

    Re: SUSE-Manager: What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client

    Simon Flood wrote on Montag, 11. April 2016 11:55 in
    suse.support.server.suse-manager :

    > On 06/04/16 10:16, Bernd wrote:
    >
    >> we want to have a single place for managing a few SLES. So we check the
    >> SUSE-Manager (small license: up to 50 Servers)
    >>
    >> What ist the Difference between Monitoring-Client and LifeCycle-Client?

    >
    > From https://www.suse.com/products/suse-manager/how-to-buy/
    >
    > "A SUSE Manager installation consists of at least one SUSE Manager
    > Server and the SUSE Manager Lifecycle Management entitlement for each
    > managed system that has an active SUSE Linux Enterprise subscription.
    > SUSE Manager Monitoring entitlements may be added for each managed
    > system to provide additional functionality."
    >
    > It would therefore seem that you need one Lifecycle Management
    > entitlement per managed system and the there is an optional Monitoring
    > entitlement you can add per managed system.
    >
    > I've also found TID 7015697[1] which suggests there are up to four
    > licenses that can be assigned to a SUSE Manager 1.7 or 2.1 server -
    > Server, Management, Provisioning, and Monitoring.
    >
    > HTH.
    >
    > [1]



    Hi Simon,

    thx for the clarification. The price list do not show that you need
    Lifecycle Mgmt AND Monitoring (not OR).

    Bernd

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