SPLA (Services Provider License Agreement) is a Microsoft licensing program that allows you to provide services and services based on Microsoft software on a monthly basis. The SPLA licensing program entitles end users to create and provide services and services that use Microsoft software. Deyteris, an authorized SPLA licensing partner, offers software and Microsoft software for rent under the SPLA licensing program. Microsoft's internal license agreements (EA, EAS, Open, Select +) prohibit the purchase and transfer of software for temporary use, rental, lease, while the SPLA allows end users to access Microsoft software on a monthly basis. payments. Under the SPLA program, the customer buys Microsoft products from the service provider not as property, but as a service on a monthly license basis. In this case, access to products, as well as all work with them is carried out via the Internet or intranet, without installation on specific PCs of users. At the same time, users pay monthly only for those licenses that were actually used, without making an initial investment in software or hardware.
The SPLA entitles customers to rent the software
Payment only for the actually used software on a monthly basis
The right to free software testing for 60 days
Flexible licensing policy
Favorable price offers for educational institutions
All products are offered with the SA option the right to upgrade
The equipment on which the software is hosted belongs to the SPLA partner company, which may be hosted on the client and / or partner side.
The end user may NOT take the leased solutions to a third party
Some products can be installed from standard OLP / Select / MSDN media kits
Reporting / Payments
Monthly, based on the number of licenses actually used
No advance payments and sales obligations
The price is fixed for a year
Features of licensing
"To the user" (SAL)
Every unique user or device that is allowed to open or otherwise use the software needs a SAL.
A separate server license is not required when using the SAL variant. Not all products can be purchased with a SAL.
"On the processor" (Proc)
A Proc license is required for each physical processor and allows an unlimited number of users to access the software.
No separate user licenses are required when using the Proc option. It is not possible to purchase a Proc license for all products.
"On the core" (Core)
A Core license is required for each physical or virtual kernel and allows an unlimited number of users to access the software.
No separate user licenses are required when using the Core option. The ability to purchase a Core license is provided only for SQL Server and BizTalk Server.
"On Host / Guest" (Proc / Per OSE)
A host license is required for each physical processor in the host factory. A guest license is required for each virtual OS running Hyper-V on the host factory.
The ability to purchase Host / Guest licenses is provided only for Cloud Platform Suite + Cloud Platform Guest. Host-Guest licensing does not work for Core Infrastructure Suites (CIS). When renting virtual resources in the Onbiz cloud from Techexpert, this licensing model cannot be used, as our cloud is built on the CIS model.
The main advantages of SPLA
Minimization of initial costs.
Pay monthly only upon use of licenses
The latest versions of products for a modest monthly fee
Changing the price of the SPLA price list is possible only once a year
Stable usage rights.
Clearly described in the Services Provider Use Rights (SPUR) document
The right to use previous versions of the software.
Registered in the Services Provider Use Rights (SPUR) document