Do we need ArcGIS Server Basic if we have Standard and Advanced

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08-24-2017 04:38 PM
MeleKoneya
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Back when ArcSDE was its own product,  we bought a license.   

When ArcGIS Server took ArcSDE under its wing,  our ArcSDE license became an ArcGIS Server Basic license as I understand it.

We now also have an ArcGIS Server Standard and also an ArcGIS Server Advanced license.  As I understand it,  they both include the Basic functionality (formerly called ArcSDE).

Can we get rid of our ArcGIS Server Basic license and use the GeoDatabase license from ArcGIS Server Standard and/or ArcGIS Server Advanced to authorize our Enterprise Geodatabases?

Thanks,

Mele

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George_Thompson
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Yes, you can use any level of ArcGIS Enterprise license to authorize your enterprise geodatabases.

http://www.esri.com/library/brochures/pdfs/arcgis-enterprise-functionality-matrix.pdf  - Look at Page 3

--- George T.

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George_Thompson
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Yes, you can use any level of ArcGIS Enterprise license to authorize your enterprise geodatabases.

http://www.esri.com/library/brochures/pdfs/arcgis-enterprise-functionality-matrix.pdf  - Look at Page 3

--- George T.

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MeleKoneya
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George

Thanks for the information.   Can the enterprise geodatabase management portion of ArcGIS Enterprise be spread out to other servers that don't have other enterprise components?

Thanks

Mele

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George_Thompson
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Hi Mele - I think that would be a question best suited for your account manager.

--- George T.