EA Server 6.3.1 Developer Edition Vs Advance Edition

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Need your help if you could share the difference of EA Server 6.3.1 Developer Edition Vs EA Sever 6.3.1 Advance edition. Any Favorable link will be much appreciated.


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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
I thought it was quite straight forward
Developer Edition Licensing:

The limited right to install the Program on a Machine on which the number of CPUs is no greater than the number of licenses purchased, as specified on the Order, and to Use such Program for development and testing purposes only and not in a parallel production environment. See "CPU" and "CPU License".



Licensing Options for EAServer Advanced Edition and Two-Phase Commit Option:

    CPU License Model:  With the CPU License Model, the entire machine is licensed for internal and external users regardless of the number of processors on which the software is installed or running.  All cores/processors on the machine must be licensed.  The License Types available for EAServer with the CPU model include the CPU License (CP), CPU Development and Testing License (DT) and CPU Standby License (SF).  
        Purchasing Guidelines:
            Purchase one CP, DT or SF License for each physical processor/core on the machine.  
        Examples:
            Single-core machine example: To license 2 single-core machines with 4 single-core processor CPU's, 8 CP licenses must be purchased (2 machines x 4 cores each).
            Multi-core machine example: To license 2 multi-core machines with 4 dual-core processor CPU's, 16 CP licenses must be purchased (2 machines x 8 cores each).
        Notes:
            Development & Testing (DT) license is for testing configurations ONLY, not deployment to production. This is not intended as a replacement for Sybase EAServer - Developer Edition, but rather to allow customers to set up a test environment for EAServer applications. Development & Testing (DT) licenses should be purchased separately, and cannot be converted to production licenses

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