That question is best answered by you Sales Representative or Sales Engineer. If you do not have that information please let me know your contact information including location and I will get them to contact you.
Hi, I found that GTI is licensed per 'nodes'.
A “Node” means any kind of device capable of processing data and includes any one of the following types of computer devices:
mobile/smart phone, diskless workstations, personal computer workstations, networked computer workstations,
homeworker/teleworker home-based systems, file and print servers, e-mail servers, Internet gateway devices, storage area
network servers (SANS), terminal servers, or portable workstations connected or connecting to the server(s) or network. For
purposes of further clarification, a blade server is defined as a single blade computing system inserted into a blade chassis. In
the case of a virtual system, a hypervisor is considered to be a single node.
So - as I understand, you should to count all devices on the customer's network, however (I am not 100% sure) maybe in this case you should to count only the devices that are "data sources". So - as Chris told before - we should to ask about this our SE or SR.
Thank you. That is the only way I think of to license it as "per nodes" I will talk with my sales Rep about it. Thanks for all replies
you should to count all devices with IP address behind your firewall:
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What Artur said is correct information according to what I know. That's why last year, minimum license for GTI is 10,000 nodes.
Thanks for all comments