VMware core tax

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Some days ago, VMware has updated its per-socket pricing model effective from April 2, 2020. Instead of require only one license per socket (so per physical CPU), in the new model, one license will cover up to 32 cores… with more cores you need more licenses (one each 32 cores). Is a huge change, but was also expected and honestly is quite better that the one in Windows Server 2016 (and 2019) where the number of cores are just 16 (covered by a couple of licenses). But of course, seems a core tax, and partially […]

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