Example: Consider organization with 300 field workers. They are divided into 6 different ArcGIS Online groups. Each group is tight to specific region, so members of each group should see just one specific region. Only 100 workers can work concurrently at the same time = need to have access to the AGOL (to particular group) and do the same work. Their work is very limited - they need to just display data.
In such case concurrent license model would be seriously helpful. To have named user for each worker is not very efficient.
FlexLM is circa 1988, and it's amazing that this performs so much better than the named user model. I have many users in my Org Account. 70% of them don't sign in in a 30 day window. But ALL users need a named user account-- the total bucket of those named users is limited. That means that I have to delete old user accounts to make room for new ones. This creates a ton of overhead for the administration of this tool.
A true concurrent usage model would work so much better.
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