named user vs processor
Posted on 2014-02-04
I have read some links but the whole concept is a bit confusing, can you give a scenario as to when named user liscences would be used or more suitable over processor liscences, and vice versa? And I assume the costs are different? i.e. if you 500 users and 4 processors, then seemingly the 4 liscences for a processor if the same price as a named user liscence would be a no brainer as you have saved the cost of 496 licences? So there must be more to it than that.. I suspect processor liscences are a lot more pricey than a single named user liscence?
I did some some comments on another post saying 1 processor can only legally serve 50 concurrent users. not sure if I have read that correctly though..