New licensing scheme has been introduced with name 'Front-End Terabyte' for Veritas Resiliency Platform.

New licensing scheme has been introduced with name 'Front-End Terabyte' for Veritas Resiliency Platform.

Article: 100048419
Last Published: 2020-09-16
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Product(s): Resiliency Platform & CloudMobility

Description

This ‘Front-End Terabyte’(FETB) is an NetBackup license which would become applicable for Veritas Resiliency Platform once customer install HF 3.5.0.1.

Resolution

With the addition of this new FETB license the following would be the applicability of different Veritas Resiliency Platform licenses-

  Veritas Resiliency Platform FETB (Per-FETB) :This license is consumed when the resiliency group is created using virtual machines or applications.

  Veritas Resiliency Platform Compute (Per-Core) :This license is consumed when resiliency group is created using applications that are deployed on the physical hosts and no Per-FETB license is available.

  Veritas Resiliency Platform Compute (Per-VM) :This license is consumed when resiliency group is created using virtual machines or applications that are deployed on the virtual machines and no Per-FETB license is available.

  Veritas Resiliency Platform Compute Infoscale per core (x86) :This license is consumed when resiliency group is created using InfoScale applications that are deployed on the Windows or Linux physical hosts.

  Veritas Resiliency Platform Compute Infoscale per core (unix) :This license is consumed when resiliency group is created using InfoScale applications that are deployed on the Unix or AIX or HP-UX physical.

HF can be downloaded from the below location:

https://www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/downloads/update.UPD482213

 

Calculation of FETB consumption:

  For protection VM: The size of the disks attached to Virtual Machine would be considered for consumption against FETB license irrespective of the disk type like thin or thick

  For Protection App: The application size discovered by Veritas Resiliency Platform would be used to calculate the consumption of FETB license like for Oracle Data guard one can check the DB size(total size of the data files) using sqlplus query.

  SELECT sum(bytes) from v$datafile;

 

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