Genuine MS SQL Server 2016 Standard License X20-96930 Embedded Std
When Microsoft released SQL Server 2016, there were many changes
and improvements in the flagship database. However, when
considering the two major versions of the Standard and Enterprise
editions, organizations must consider a long list of features to
choose between them. Let's take a look at the main differences
between the two versions regarding these available options.
First, it's important to understand the intent behind the two
different versions. The Enterprise Edition delivers high-end data
center availability, incredible performance, broad business
intelligence, unrestricted virtualization and user access to data
reporting. The Enterprise Edition is well worth the higher
licensing costs for large companies because of the amount it
At the same time, the standard version of SQL Server 2016 provides
many of the same features and limitations. This release is designed
to provide all the necessary tools and capabilities to smaller
organizations at a lower cost and to reduce the need for IT staff.
The Standard Edition is an efficient version of a commercial
customer seeking budget reductions.
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Compared with other DBMBS vendors, Microsoft has always had this
"Prego model" (I just made up for it on the spot, sorry). For
example, if you buy from someone who owns all the yachts, you can
have whatever features you want. You only pay by function. High
availability? Of course, what type? Ok.. pay $n for this. Expand
the solution? $$$ you will get the function of nickel and coins.
Microsoft keeps it simple - just want to buy something, just buy
the Enterprise Edition. It is already there. "How?" "It is
Trading has always been - if you don't need the enterprise-level
features that Microsoft has done very well and are included in the
enterprise license, then you buy the Standard Edition. Do you want
to expand memory or CPU or use the "big organization likes!"
feature? Just buy the Enterprise Edition. As everyone knows, in the
SQL Server world, this means pricing for each core. And it's a bit
more expensive than the standard version (but less than the same
Oracle or DB2 installation). This is a fairly fair deal compared to
most other large enterprise DBMS providers on the market.
but. to be frank. For software vendors, this is a royal pain. For
customers who are at the forefront. How many times have you thought
about or said "I just hope that I can maintain compliance through
encryption or fine-grained auditing, but we can't prove going to
the enterprise!" or "Compression will be very good in the standard
version." We are very Satisfied with 128GB of RAM, the CPU load is
very good, I only hope that I can compress without the enterprise