Icensing Microsoft® Operations Manager (mom) 2005 June 2005 Corporate, Academic, and Government




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Licensing Microsoft® Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 June 2005






Corporate, Academic, and Government  Open License  Select License  Enterprise Agreement  All Academic Licensing

Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 delivers open and scalable enterprise-class operational management by providing comprehensive event management, proactive monitoring and alerting, reporting and trend analysis, and system and application specific knowledge and tasks to improve the manageability of Windows Server System environments.
As of October 1, 2004, Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 is licensed on a server plus device management license basis. A server license is required for each manager server. In addition, an Operations Management License (OML) is required for each managed device. Customers also continue to have the option to acquire MOM 2005 with SQL Server™ 2000 Technology (Standard Edition) in addition to the stand alone version of MOM 2005.
Summary of Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 Offerings:


MOM 2005 Offerings

Features

MOM 2005 server license

Permits one copy of MOM 2005 software to be installed on a single server

MOM 2005 Operations Management License (OML)

Permits one device (a single server, single personal computer, workstation, terminal, handheld computer, pager, telephone, personal digital assistant, or other electronic device ) to be managed by MOM 2005

MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology

Permits one copy of MOM 2005 software to be installed on a single server and permits one copy of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Technology to be used exclusively in support of MOM 2005. Note that the SQL 2000 technology included is SQL 2000 Standard Edition


Sample Scenarios


The sample scenarios below illustrate the MOM 2005 licensing scheme. The scenarios assume that all servers are properly licensed for Microsoft Windows® Server. Example scenarios 1 and 2 illustrate licensing of the MOM 2005 offering. Example scenarios 3 and 4 illustrate licensing of the MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology offering. These scenarios illustrate the licensing requirements when the database that supports MOM 2005 is installed on the same or separate physical devices.

Scenario 1 - Licensing MOM 2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 on two separate physical machines


This scenario illustrates a case where the customer has licensed Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and MOM 2005 separately and installed Microsoft SQL Server 2000 on a separate physical machine. The example below is for an infrastructure with one MOM 2005 server managing three servers:

  • Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 (with file/print workload)

  • Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (different from the database supporting MOM 2005)





Scenario 2 - Licensing MOM 2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 on the same physical machine


For the same environment as Scenario 1, the customer chooses to deploy the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 on the same machine as MOM 2005. The required licenses are as follows:


Scenario 3 - Licensing MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology on two separate physical machines


For the same infrastructure example as in Scenario 1, customers may choose to license MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology. The licensing requirements in this scenario would be as follows:




Scenario 4 - Licensing MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology on a single physical machine


For the same infrastructure example as in Scenario 1, customers that choose to license MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology and deploy Microsoft SQL Server 2000 on the same physical machine as MOM 2005 have the following licensing requirements:




Migration path for MOM 2000 customers enrolled in upgrade protection


MOM customers with MOM 2000 Base and MOM 2000 Application Management Pack (AMP) Licenses enrolled in upgrade protection coverage (Upgrade Advantage/Software Assurance/Enterprise Agreement (UA/SA/EA)) as of October 1, 2004 may migrate through their upgrade protection to MOM 2005.

  • Each MOM 2000 Base license may be upgraded to either 1 MOM 2005 server license or 1 MOM 2005 OML.

  • Each MOM 2000 AMP license may be upgraded to either 1 MOM 2005 server license or 1 MOM 2005 OML.

The following diagram illustrates a sample upgrade scenario. All servers are assumed to be properly licensed for Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, and Microsoft SQL Server 2000. In the sample scenario, the MOM customer with MOM 2000 licenses enrolled in upgrade protection has the right to upgrade to MOM 2005. Upon migration from MOM 2000 to MOM 2005, the customer has 9 surplus MOM 2005 licenses that can be deployed either as MOM 2005 server licenses or MOM 2005 OMLs to manage other servers in its IT environment.





Downgrade rights from Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM ) 2005 to MOM 2000
MOM 2005 customers who exercise their downgrade rights and install MOM 2000 are bound to the use rights and licensing model of MOM 2005.

  • One MOM 2005 server license is required for every manager server, regardless of the number of processors on the server.

  • One MOM 2005 OML license is required for every managed device, regardless of the number of processors on the device.

  • No Application Management Pack Licenses are required.


Downgrade rights from Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM ) 2005 with SQL Technology to MOM 2000 with SQL Technology
MOM 2005 with SQL Technology customers who exercise their downgrade rights and install MOM 2000 with SQL Technology are bound to the use rights and licensing model of MOM 2005 with SQL Technology.

  • One MOM 2005 server license is required for every manager server, regardless of the number of processors on the server.

  • One MOM 2005 OML license is required for every managed device, regardless of the number of processors on the device.

  • No Application Management Pack Licenses are required.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Q. Why has Microsoft changed the MOM licensing model?

A. Based on customer feedback, Microsoft has introduced server plus device management licenses with MOM 2005 to provide a simpler licensing model, reducing complexity.
Q: Does MOM 2005 require Application Management Pack (AMP) Licenses?

A: MOM 2005 does not require AMP Licenses. Management Packs will ship with the new release of each respective Microsoft application. In addition, current management packs are available to MOM 2005 customers at no additional charge.


Q. Are there any restrictions on the use of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Technology licensed under Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology?

A. Yes. The Microsoft SQL Server Technology licensed through this product offering may not be used as a stand-alone Microsoft SQL Server deployment or with any other application besides MOM 2005.
Q. What edition of SQL Server 2000 Technology is included in the MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology and SMS 2003 with SQL Server 2000 Technology offerings?
A. The SQL Server 2000 Technology included with these offerings is SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition. For general SQL Server information, please go to: http://www.microsoft.com/sql/default.mspx
Q. Can the SQL license purchased under the MOM with SQL SKU be used for SMS?

A. No. Starting with licenses acquired as of July 1, 2005, we no longer allow the runtime restricted license of SQL to be shared with any other server product. The SQL license in the MOM with SQL 2000 technology SKU can only be used with MOM; similarly the SQL license in the SMS with SQL SKU can only be used with SMS. The SQL license may be installed on a separate physical machine from the MOM server, but it may only be used by the MOM server.
Q. Is there an upgrade path from MOM 2000 Base with SQL Server 2000 Technology?

A. Yes. Customers with MOM 2000 Base with SQL Server 2000 Technology licenses enrolled in upgrade protection coverage (Upgrade Advantage, Software Assurance, Enterprise Agreement (UA/SA/EA)) as of October 1, 2004 may migrate through such upgrade protection to MOM 2005 with SQL Server 2000 Technology.
Q. With the licensing changes, how are downgrade rights from MOM 2005 to MOM 2000 exercised?

A. Customers may buy MOM 2005 and pursuant to downgrade rights, install MOM 2000. Under the downgrade option, customers are subject to MOM 2005 use rights and license model. Accordingly, one MOM 2005 server license is required for each manager server and one OML is required for each managed server, regardless of the number of processors on the server. No Application Management Pack Licenses are required.
Downgrade rights also apply to MOM 2005 with SQL Technology. Under the downgrade option, customers are subject to MOM 2005 with SQL Technology use rights and license model. Accordingly, one MOM 2005 server license is required for each manager server and one OML is required for each managed server, regardless of the number of processors on the server. No Application Management Pack Licenses are required.



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