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What is the difference between workgroup server and enterprise server edition?


Folks,

What are the major differences (besides price) between Workgroup server
and Enterprise Server Edition (ESE)?

Thanks.

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Hemant Shah wrote:
Folks,

What are the major differences (besides price) between Workgroup server
and Enterprise Server Edition (ESE)?

Thanks.

Nov 12 '05 #2
Hemant Shah wrote:
What are the major differences (besides price) between Workgroup server
and Enterprise Server Edition (ESE)?


Functionally, ESE adds:

* DB2 Connect functionality
- connect to DB2 for iSeries or zSeries
* Parallel support
- with DPF license, you can have multiple nodes
working on the same database.

However, the license is probably the biggest change - I'm not really up
with all the license details, but I understand that there is likely a
point where ESE is actually cheaper than WSE for some businesses based
on the license model. I think it has to do with the way they're
licensed - based on users (named or unnamed) vs CPUs. Of course, there
is also Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition which sits somewhere between
the two, I would imagine.

Nov 12 '05 #3
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Hemant Shah wrote:
Folks,

What are the major differences (besides price) between Workgroup server
and Enterprise Server Edition (ESE)?

Thanks.

Thanks, that's what I was looking for.


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Nov 12 '05 #4

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