Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Standard with 5 CALs OLP. Mfg Part Number 228-11135 and 359-06557
SQL Server 2017 Standard with 5 CALs OLP Edition is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock breakthrough insights across the organization. Quickly build solutions to extend data across on-premises and in the cloud. Backed by mission critical confidence It gives you basic data management and business intelligence capabilities for non-critical workloads with minimal IT resources.
OLP = Open License Program. Your order will be registered directly with Microsoft's Open License Program. We will register your license the same day of your order, but it will take Microsoft 2-5 days to complete the order. They will send you your license to the email address on the order. If your license includes software and/or product keys, this Open License Order Confirmation email will provide a direct link to Microsoft's website for your download and/or product key.
Choose the Version of SQL Server That's Right For You
SQL Standard vs SQL Enterprise
SQL Server Standard is ideal for smaller to medium sized businesses. SQL Server Standard supports 128 GB of memory (per instance of SQL Server Database Engine). It allows for a maximum relational database size up to 524 PB. And has a per instance maximum compute capacity of 4 sockets or 16 cores.
SQL Server Enterprise is geared toward medium to enterprise sized businesses who are looking for high performance and scalability. SQL Server Enterprise supports as much memory per instance as the operating system supports. It allows for a maximum relational database size up to 524 PB. And has a per instance maximum compute capacity equal to the operating system maximum.
CALs or Cores Which Should You Choose?
CALs are ideal when you have a limited amount of clients and don't anticipate that number to increase very much. If you have a large number of clients and/or you are expecting your clients to increase considerably you should consider Cores. If you would like a more in depth comparison please see here.