You will need a user license for Domino, but it's actually easier (in most
cases) to just buy the collaboration users for your Domino users if you
purchase a user based licensed machine. If you have unlimited users you
don't need the collaboration users for domino users.


Pete Massiello
iTech Solutions

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kirk Goins
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2008 4:15 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Toolset pricing

GKern@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
"Well, the 270 won't do V6R1." Thanks Rob - I wasn't aware of that.

And thanks for the boxswap suggestion Kirk - and as Rob mentioned the
concern for user based pricing will need to be taken into consideration.
That is our development system but it is also our production Domino server

too. Usually there is less than 15 users signed on concurrently.

Jon - thanks for the pricing comments - yes we are current with software
maintenance. Sounds like there shouldn't be any real surprises.

I think this gives me enough data to take to the budget meeting and inform

the boss of what to be aware of when the time comes for the upgrades.

Thanks for all the input.

Regards, Jerry

Well There 'may' be 1 surprise and that's Domino. IBM's User Based
Pricing is wording something like...
A user is a person that 'authenticates' to the server or application.
So you will need to determine how many users are 'concurrently'
accessing Domino and get the appropriate licenses for those users...

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