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Microsoft licensing is complex, seems to change all the time, and comes in an array of confusing bundles. If you bought SQL Server licenses five years ago, but didn’t maintain Software Assurance (SA), it may (or may not) be licensed correctly for deployment in a virtual environment. Windows Server Standard licensing used to require mapping to hardware attributes, but their policy change in October 2022 can free up many licenses. Microsoft 365 subscriptions purchased in an Enterprise Agreement (EA) have different rights than those purchased through a Cloud Solution Provider (CSP).
Remend scrutinizes how licenses are applied to the environment to establish current- and optimized-state views that benefit you. Our aim is to help you be right-licensed without overspending based on your criteria, your desired state, and your future plans.
Remend uses reporting, software discovery, and inventory data to create a picture of the environment, then applies our expertise in licensing models, programs, and use rights to help you know what you really need.
Product Compliance: Remediate issues with confidence whether fixing or buying
Contract Compliance: Meet and game time-oriented contractual terms and conditions
Risk Avoidance: Prevent financial surprises and budget emergencies
Cost Reduction - Decrease license counts and navigate bundle/edition creep
Many companies forego managing their license position and then scramble to respond when called up on by formal audit. Remend’s goal is to take the burden of this function away from customers so they may focus on business outcomes.