It would work same as licensing on other virtual machine.
So reading the cold fusion 10 license agreement 3.1.2 it indicates that you can run 10 instances of cold fusion within a cloud network, so is it correct to assume that this is the same for release 11. i.e. if the Virtual machines are 2 core machines you can run 5 instances with the cold fusion 10 Enterprise license ?
many thanks for your response
Yes, ideally one user license key should be valid for one CPU(having four cores) on virtual machine..
Thanks for your response, I am not sure I understand your answer, we will have 4 cores shared between 2 Virtual machines and do not have any visibility of the underlying hardware CPU's so would 1 Enterprise license cover our requirement,
As you are having 4 shared cores among 2 virtual machines, ideally one user license key would be needed for each of the virtual machines.
- Such sharing among different virtual machines won't work wrt product license keys.
- For every virtual machine at least one user license key would be needed.
- Half user license key consideration for 1st virtual machine and other half user license key consideration for 2nd virtual machine, can't be feasible.