Zentitle Element Pools

The ability to license a set amount of resources across multiple nodes/users

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Our element pool capability gives software vendors the ability to license an aggregate quantity of some amount of something. So let's take an example. So let's say I have a storage management application.

And I want to license an end customer to be able to manage, say, a hundred terabytes of storage across five individual nodes.

Right? And we may not know how much storage each individual node will be managing. Right? Is it twenty terabytes per node, or is one at forty, is one at ten, etc. So what element pools allow you to do is define an attribute of an entitlement of a license, with that storage amount. So you could say max storage, and make that a hundred terabytes.

And then at run time, each individual node in that cluster would activate a seat against that overall license.

And then they would check out from this element pool the quantity of storage that that particular node was handling. So perhaps node a would check out ten terabytes node B would check a thirty terabytes, etc.

And so the licensing will enforce that Those five nodes in aggregate never exceed the overall licensed hundred terabytes of storage. So this gives the vendor a lot of flexibility in terms of how they both manage individual instances, as well as entire clusters of nodes activated against that license.