April 14, 2022 at 3:40 ampeterwrightRMITSubscriber
Hi ......I am assisting Photonics Researchers migrate and run their ANSYS / Lumerical software; at present it is hosted on the Head Researchers server (under his desk) - but we are looking to run it in a Cloud environment
Trying to find out how this may affect the licensing arrangement we have in place ?
We have a current licence for Lumerical and this is resident 'on-prem'; we need to know what we need to do to ensure our cloud hosted Lumerical software is correctly licensed; so the sort of of questions we'd need to ask are , for example:
1/. can we simply copy on-prem licence to our Cloud environment ?
2/. is there a different type if licence for On-OPrem and Cloud hosted software ? If Yes, can we swap
Hope this is sufficient to start the conversation and hope to hear from you soon
Peter Wright , IT Business Analyst, Royal Melbourne Institute of Tech (RMIT) , Melbourne, AustraliaApril 14, 2022 at 4:18 pmLito YapAnsys EmployeePlease contact your Ansys account manager (Ansys Lumerical Sales) for more information about your current license and your requirements. The license information email you received should have the contact details.
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